Jason Grill is an practicing Attorney, Entrepreneur and Owner of JGrill Media where he focuses on media relations, pr, public affairs, relationship building and development, government relations and strategic partnerships, Jason has worked with and consulted with numerous startups, entrepreneurs, innovators and technology companies. Under the JGrill Media umbrella, he also works as a local, state, & national contributor/commentator. Jason writes for the  Huffington Post, Politico, KC Business and the Recovering Politician. He is a television analyst for Fox 4 WDAF in Kansas City, a regular contributor to Wall Street Journal Radio, and a founder and host of the Entrepreneur KC Show on KMBZ. Jason has also contributed to the Mitch Albom Show and hosted the Fantasy Football Show on Sports Radio 810. 

Jason is a former two-term member of the Missouri House of Representatives, where he passed historic legislation to help families of children with autism access life changing therapies and treatments. Jason was the only freshman member of the minority party to sponsor and pass a bill in the Missouri House, as well as the only freshman member of the minority party to handle and pass a senate bill during his first legislative session. He passed legislation during both Governor Matt Blunt and Governor Jay Nixon’s administrations. 

Jason has served as an adjunct professor at Park University. He has worked in the White House for a senior advisor to Former Vice President Al Gore and an advisor to Former President Bill Clinton, as well as at the CNN Washington DC bureau with a senior political correspondent. 

Jason is a co-founder and owner of Sock 101 and serves on advisory board of Neighbor.ly and the Partnership for Technology Innovation. He is actively involved with Autism Speaks and serves on the board of Don Bosco.