Jason began working with companies across industries--real estate, finance, social media, health care, building IoT, online retail and others--to create their products and services in late 2008. He has been making full-stack solutions with a variety of technology stacks ever since.
After graduating from the University of Michigan with a degree in Electrical Engineering in the mid 90's, Jason started his career as management and software consultant with Price Waterhouse, where he became a manager of custom software architecture and business systems projects. Jason left in 2000 to pursue opportunities as a systems consultant, during which time he held various IT director and vice-president level positions.
In 2002, he co-founded and led a technology-centric mortgage bank and broker, which created a marketing-to-sale paperless and automated workflow software solution to rapidly grow the business into one of the region's most successful mortgage companies during a industry-wide fallout, a company which was was ultimately sold in 2011.
Jason is a Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at California State University at Monterey Bay. He teaches web application programming and mobile app programming to upperclass men and women, and advises on special projects.
He is active in producing open source projects that can help educators deliver knowledge more efficiently and effectively, and continues to study how people learn, to identify more opportunities to use technology to help in education.