Jason graduated from the University of New Haven with a B.S. in Criminal Justice in 2007 and an M.S. in Public Administration in 2009. As an undergraduate student, he was a class officer, an admissions tour guide, an orientation leader, and a member of numerous student clubs and organizations. As a graduate student, he served as the secretary and later as the president of the Graduate Student Council. He is originally from Groveton, New Hampshire.
Jason began his career in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in 2008 as an Admissions Counselor. Subsequently, he became Director of Undergraduate Admissions in 2016, overseeing all Domestic, International, and Transfer Enrollment. Currently, he serves as the Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions. During his time in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, he coordinated military and veteran student recruitment and oversaw an increase in veteran student enrollment from 40 students to well over 300 students today. He also oversaw the second largest number of incoming transfer students among all private colleges and universities in New England. He brought an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program to campus, started the Field Hockey Club team, and helped to build a 300-member Marching Band.
During Jason’s tenure in the Office of Admissions, the University saw full-time undergraduate enrollment rise from under 3,200 students to over 5,000 students. Under his leadership, the University welcomed three of the largest incoming classes in its history. These students matched the highest average GPA and test scores in the history of the University as well.
Jason enjoys bringing people together to share ideas and places a strong emphasis on employee morale and professional growth within the admissions office. Outside of the office, he enjoys traveling to Disney and spending quality time with family and friends.