Jason has led the Sports Facilities Companies growth as Co-Founder and now CEO, expanding the firm from industry leading feasibility study and financial modeling services into a destination development company providing finance, development, and outsourced management. The SFC has become the largest single network of tournament and community-based sports facilities in the U.S. The SF Network has grown to a 900+ person team, working on over $15 billion in developments, hosting over 25 million visits annually, and producing $250 million in direct annual economic impact to the communities it serves.
Under Jason’s leadership, SFC recently launched new products to serve communities focused on economic development and the youth and amateur sports industry. The initiatives include an event company, new technology platforms, food & beverage, and gaming options. The firm is also focused on merchandising, purchasing, and leveraging social capital to improve access to sport. Formally trained and licensed as an architect, Jason began his career in sports architecture before transitioning into commercial development and corporate real estate management. His experiences were the spark to bring similar professional management services to the youth and amateur sports industry.
Jason is a passionate and faith-driven contributor to causes that positively impact families and communities. He has founded, supported, and lead the growth as board chair to multiple organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Man Up and Go, Calvary Christian High School and others.