About Jason Miller
Jason L. Miller is originally from Toledo, Ohio. He graduated from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio with a bachelor of arts degree in both History and Religious Studies. After graduating from JCU, Jason spent a year in Nashville, Tennessee doing a year of service with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. Jason worked at Catholic Charities Refugee Services as an employment specialist helping newly arrived refugees from all over the world find jobs and integrate to their new life in the United States. After JVC, Jason moved to the Washington D.C. area to complete his master’s degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. While at GMU, he worked for Dr. Andrea Bartoli as a program officer for the Engaging Governments on Genocide Prevention Program. Jason recruited mid level government officials from all over the world to come to the United States to participate in a week long workshop about genocide prevention. He recently completed a fellowship as an online organizer at Catholics United doing communications and advocacy work on behalf of economic justice issues including front work for the Nuns on the Bus. Jason is currently a digital content producer at Perisphere Media and a Ignatian Solidarity Network teach-in steering committee member. Follow Jason on Twitter at: @419in703
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