Jason Grill owns JGrill Media and Consulting firm in Kansas city. The Media house manages public affairs, public relations, political consulting, government relations, public strategies, publicity, and media relations. He links individuals and businesses with the media and helps them adjust mutually to each other. The Media firm connects entrepreneurs, communities, startups, policy makers, organizations, CEOs, founders, and nonprofit organizations with various media on all levels to help them convey their message and grow their brand. JGrill Media helps individuals and businesses gain influence and strong relationships with government, the public, and the private sectors. The firm helps build a professional brand by publishing articles in national online publications and helps clients get more business. |
Jason Grill also works as a local, state, and national contributor, analyst, and commentator in Kansas City. He regularly contributes to the Politico, Huffington, KC Business Magazine, Politix and the Recovering Politician. He also works as a TV political analyst for Fox 4WDAF and hosts the Entrepreneur KC Radio Show which airs on the KMBZ Business Channel. He also hosted the popular show The Fantasy Football Show on Sports Radio 810, which is a commercial sports radio in Kansas City, Missouri. Jason also contributes to Wall Street Journal Radio, which is a leading network and provides new to its affiliates for more than three decades.
Jason Grill is also a practicing attorney in Missouri and Kansas City. He was a member of the Missouri House of Representatives for two terms and played a great role in passing a historical legislation aimed to help families of children with Autism. He is also serving on the Board of Directors at Don Bosco. He also is on the Board of Advisors at Neighbor.ly, Partnership for Technology Innovation, and as a press and media leader of the Kansas City Startup Village. His work experiences includes working with a senior advisor to Vice President Al Gore and an advisor to President Bill Clinton. He worked at CNN with a senior political correspondent and worked as an adjunct professor at Park University. For his excellent contribution to Autism Speaks, he was voted as KC Man of the year 2011. He raised $3000 for the organization. He was also voted Best Local Politician in 2008.
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