The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships Announces Jason Washington as New Executive Director
Washington, D.C. — The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) named Jason Washington as its new executive director. Jason brings a breath of perspective to NCPPP, with 15 years of experience in federal and local government, in addition to private sector leadership roles.
A former seventh grade teacher, Jason recognized early in his career a desire to have an impact on the lives of others. After earning a legal degree and practicing law, Jason chose to localize his passion and build quality relationships while solving and managing complex community-focused projects. His professional experience includes serving as a White House Fellow, working as special assistant to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan and a role as a senior policy advisor to the mayor of Baltimore and chair of the Mayor’s School Construction Task Force.
“Jason brings extensive leadership experience and vision to the Council, along with a deep sense of commitment to our members,” said Sandy Hoe, NCPPP’s president. “His appointment is an opportunity to reignite NCPPP’s direction and work together to craft an enduring strategy for the future.”
Jason holds a J.D. from the New York University School of Law and a M.Ed. from the University of St. Thomas. He most recently served as Vice President of Partnership & Economic Development at Corvias, working extensively in public- private partnerships.
About The National Council for Public- Private Partnerships (NCPPP)
The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1985, driven by its mission to advocate and facilitate the formation of public- private partnerships at the federal, state and local levels. The Council is a forum for the brightest ideas and innovators in the P3 partnership space. With a growing list of public and private sector members, NCPPP’s diverse training and public education programs represent a vital core resource for partnering nationwide.