Jason Langsner

267.972.6429 2950 Van Ness St, NW Apt 920 • Washington, DC 20008


To continue my professional development as I transition to a new career after concluding my graduate studies, while applying my expertise in communication and information technologies to matters of public policy and diplomacy.


AeA (formerly the American Electronics Association)
Director, Internet Communications (December 2006 - Present)
- Responsible for overall online public image of the association through our website and across the Internet and overseeing of 50+ authors/editors spread through-out the U.S. and Europe
- Analyzing monthly, quarterly, and annual web statistics and event revenue trends and reporting to senior staff
- Assisting in lobbying efforts, educational initiatives, and various Congressional and Governmental programs
Manager, Internet Communications
(June 2004 - December 2006)
- Management of all of the public content on the association's website
- Writing, designing, and editing online and print marketing collateral including the organization's monthly newsletter
Intern, Internet Communications (January 2003 - July 2003)
- Responsible for designing, updating, performing various web based activities, editing, and marketing


The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company LLC
- Developing a new media technology communications strategy for internal messaging and launching an internship program that partners with Georgetown University students (February 2007 - Present)
RFID Technology Council
- Marketing, online communications, and logistical support for the ad-hoc educational group which works with the U.S. Senate RFID Caucus, co-chaired by Senators Byron Dorgan (D-ND) and John Cornyn (R-TX) (January 2007 -Present)
The Task Force on the Future of American Innovation
- Managing a YouTube video contest for students to lobby the U.S. Congress for increased federal funding for the National Science Foundation timed around the 50th anniversary of the Soviets launching of Sputnik (July 2007 -October 2007)
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
- Analysis and testing of a new online driver mobility course (May 2006)


Masters of Arts Degree, Expected Graduation: December 2008
Discipline: Communication, Culture & Technology

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxfordshire, England
Georgetown Study Abroad, Corpus Christi College, Expected Program Conclusion: August 2008
Discipline: International Business Management

Bachelor of Arts Degree, Graduated Cum Laude: May 2004
Major: Digital Arts and Multimedia Design     Concentration: Information Technology     Minor: English

The Washington Semester, Program Concluded: May 2003
Discipline: Information Technology and Telecommunications Policy

Cumulative Graduate GPA: 3.77

Cumulative Undergraduate GPA: 3.61


Net Impact's Georgetown University Graduate School Association
- A member of Georgetown's Net Impact group, that looks to promote corporate social responsibility (2007-2008)
Organization of American States Youth Symposium on Empowering the Future Leaders of the Americas
- One of five student speakers from the Western Hemisphere selected to speak before the entire Permanent Council of OAS, made up of Ambassadors from 34 countries, on the issue of empowering youth and the only presenter on the topics of education and information technologies (September 2007)
United Nations Youth, Innovation, and Development: A Global Perspective Summit 2006
- Selected as a youth leader to participate at the UN/World Bank program discussing issues of global youth entrepreneurship for development (October 2006)
National Scholars Honor Society
- Inducted as a lifetime member of the National Honors Society as part of their Class of 2008
UNIVERSUM Recruitment Student Speaker at Howard University
- Nominated Georgetown University's student speaker at a recruitment conference with 100 public and private sector employers
Published Author and Artist
- Two articles published in the Georgetown University student online journal Gnovis on Education, Information Technology, and eDiplomacy (2007-2008)
- One of twenty amateur artists selected by the American-Israeli Arts Foundation whose original photographs were displayed and sold at fund-raiser auctions in Washington, DC (December 2006 / January 2008)
- Written testimony to 109th U.S. Congress House of Representatives, Committee on Education and the Workforce (2006)
Taglit-Birthright Israel
- Participation in a ten day intensive educational, historical, and cultural trip to Israel (2006)
Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)
- Member of the Washington, DC Chapter (2005-2007)
- Voted onto executive board of La Salle University Chapter of AITP (2003-2004)
La Salle University

- Student speaker, hand-picked by the Associate Dean of Students, at the 100 Days Until Graduation Dinner (2004)
- Student representative, hand-picked by the Dean of Students, as part of the Commencement Year Team who assisted in organizing the 2004 university graduation ceremony (2003-2004)
- Elected executive committee member of the University's Commuter and Off-Campus Student Association as the off-campus student liaison to administration (2003-2004)
- Elected president of resident student Manors Apartment complex housing over 200 students (2002)


Digital Photography, Digital Video Editing, HTML, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier, iMIS, QuarkXPress, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft FrontPage, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Project, and Microsoft Word