Jason helps philanthropies design, execute, and evaluate shared strategies to meet their goals. His commitment to social impact has led him to work at the nexus of social and environmental concerns, finding innovative ways to support communities and the land and water they depend on. He is often asked to help facilitate partnerships between different funders, organizations, and the diverse stakeholders they seek to serve.
Select Redstone Projects
- Shepherded a major foundation’s strategy refresh across domestic and global initiatives, combining quantitative analysis, qualitative interviews, team facilitation, and input from those with lived expertise of the challenges the foundation sought to address
- Served as the founding Strategy Lead for the Water Funder Initiative, developing shared strategies and campaigns that increased investment, coordination, and impact across philanthropies
- Helped the Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity launch a shared strategy, prioritize outcomes and geographies, and implement its vision
Jason joined Redstone in 2008. He graduated magna cum laude from Yale University with a degree in ethics, politics, and economics. His thesis analyzed regulatory schemes to balance economic growth and environmental protection in Chile, where he spent the summer as a Bates Fellow. Jason lives in Boulder with his wife, Diana, and two children, Noam and Eli. They spend their free time hiking and camping in the mountains.