Jason Springer is the President of JRS Strategies, a full service communications and digital media consulting firm. He has assisted non-profit, business, legal, political and governmental clients at all levels and across the country develop a message, organize their efforts and communicate that message across the various mediums to reach the desired audience.
Jason's experience and knowledge have enabled him to effectively combine traditional media and marketing methods with new media and technology to develop an integrated approach covering all potential mediums. He has helped redefine new media political communications in New Jersey.
Early in his career, Jason managed political campaigns for State Representative and Congress in Iowa, along with organizing on Howard Dean’s Presidential campaign in the Iowa caucuses. He later returned to his roots in New Jersey to work on and consult for local, county, state and federal campaigns throughout New Jersey including a stint as Communications Director for a State Senator and two Assembly members.
After serving as Marketing Technology Specialist for Flaster/Greenberg Law firm, Springer was recruited to serve as Communications Director for the NJ Democratic State Committee giving Jason a unique perspective and insight into New Jersey political issues as well as unparalleled personal relationships with traditional media sources throughout the state. Following the 2012 Election Cycle, Jason left the NJ Democratic State Committee and returned to consulting through JRS Strategies full time.
Jason has been an ESPN Radio Host for over 3 years co-hosting The Heart of Sports show each Friday with interviews with guests including prominent authors including the man who discovered CTE Bennet Omalua, movie directors and filmmakers like ESPN's Jon Fish and current and former athletes like Kareem Abdul Jabbar. He has also co-hosted the High Hopes Phillies Minor League Rundown and Regiment basketball show. He has also moderated and hosted movie premiers and sit down conversations including a one on one with former Major League Commissioner Bud Selig.
In addition, Jason has been a guest commentator on 1210am out of Philadelphia and NJN Radio, along with television tapings including the Dom Giordano show. The Washington Post’s Chris Cilizza named Jason as one of the best NJ political tweeters. Jason has been a frequent guest speaker on incorporating new media with traditional communications methods to implement a complete strategy for all potential audiences. He has led trainings on new media and communications for the New Leaders Council, University of Pennsylvania Fels Institute of Government, American University, Rider University, Rutgers University, political organizations, private businesses, Legal CLE courses, non-profit groups and campaigns around New Jersey.