Jason began his career as a Field Staff with a Therapeutic Wilderness Program in North Georgia in 2013. He joins Beacon with over eight years of experience in Residential Treatment and Wilderness Therapy in different managerial roles. With a passion for program culture, staff development, and carrying a growth-oriented mindset into every aspect of his work, Jason is a valuable member of Beacon’s Leadership Team.
Jason’s experience managing field staff while working as a Field Director enables him to facilitate cohesion and investment within direct care staff teams, which are the heart of our organization.
Jason enjoys living an active and health-oriented lifestyle. He believes physical health is just as important and inextricably tied to emotional and mental health. Jason’s longest discipline has been exercise, specifically weightlifting. He enjoys taking his motorcycle
on long rides on the Blue Ridge Parkway and implementing Jiu Jitsu into his lifestyle. When he’s not engaging in meditative archery, he delights in reading books from a wide
collection of genres and topics. He has a fascination with mythology and how ancient stories can capture important elements of the intricacies of human existence.