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Jason Brown

Chatham-Kent Victim Services, Volunteer and Fund Development Coordinator


Jason Brown is the Volunteer and Fund Development Coordinator for Chatham-Kent Victim Services. At Chatham-Kent Victim Services Jason oversees all aspects of the volunteer program, marketing and communications, community engagement, and fundraising for the organization.

 Prior to this, Jason worked on Parliament Hill for various Members of Parliament over a period of four and half years. Jason returned to his hometown of Chatham-Kent after five years in Ottawa in the Summer of 2021. Jason is currently completing his Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology through Yorkville University. He holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Concentration in Public Law from Brock University as well as his MPM.

Jason has been actively involved in local politics in Chatham-Kent since 2014 when he ran his first campaign for the local Ontario Liberal Party Candidate. He played a major role in the local 2014 Provincial, 2015 Federal, 2019 Federal, and 2021 Federal campaigns for the Liberal candidates in Chatham-Kent-Leamington and continues to be actively engaged in local Liberal politics.

“The Masters of Political Management program is a phenomenal experience that I would recommend to anyone interested in politics. It grew my career prospects and is one of the reasons I am employed on Parliament Hill today. The best aspect of the program is its multi-partisan environment. The instructors and students are drawn from a variety of experiences and partisan persuasions that make cross-party friendships flourish and open your mind to a variety of new ideas. Pursuing the MPM was one of the best decisions I ever made.” – Jason Brown

Last Revision: May 2022