Managing Director and President, SKDK Digital
With more than fifteen years of digital fundraising and media experience, Jason has led teams that have generated more than $200 million in revenue, produced groundbreaking digital creative and applied the most advanced research methodologies to advertising and marketing campaigns.
Most recently, Jason served as founder and President of Seward Square Strategies, a digital fundraising and media strategy firm based in Washington DC that served a wide range of political and advocacy organizations.
Prior to founding Seward Square, Jason led the digital advertising department for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. The team was responsible for developing content, managing and negotiating media buys, and conducting research and testing for the campaign’s fundraising acquisition, voter persuasion and supporter mobilization efforts.
Before his work for Secretary Clinton’s campaign, Jason led Google’s Elections and Advocacy vertical, which builds and executes large-scale paid advertising campaigns for political campaigns, advocacy organizations and trade associations. While there he oversaw a team that managed more than $100 million dollars in media programs.
Over four election cycles Jason led digital operations for two of the national Democratic party committees: the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; and the American Association for Justice. His work contributed to the House Democrats historic rise in the 2006 and 2008 elections and expanding the Democratic Senate Majority in 2012.
At SKDK, Jason oversees the firm’s digital fundraising and media practice for political, advocacy and corporate clients to ensure they employ the most effective strategies to grow revenue, communicate message and activate supporters.