Jason has led anti-human trafficking initiatives for the Salvation Army World Service Office for the last six years, including work that addresses labor and sex trafficking issues for men, women, and children. These projects have included preventing trafficking of families on the Mexican border and helping women who have been trafficked to the middle east return to their home countries.
For four years Jason served as the chairperson for the Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking. This alliance is responsible for Anti-human trafficking work in many countries around the world and throughout the United States. It developed one of the earliest comprehensive curricula that addresses trafficking, “Hands that Heal.” Jason currently serves as the Principal Investigator of the Protecting At-risk children Vulnerable to Exploitation project in the Philippines. In this capacity, he manages multiple partnerships and provides technical support for the development of clinical care approaches to aftercare for children who have experienced online sexual exploitation. Jason is a PhD candidate in International Family and Community Studies at Clemson University. He holds a Masters of Public Policy from Georgia State University and a Master of Arts degree from Columbia International University.