Jason Estep is a public service faculty member at the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development, a unit of the Office of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia. While focusing on youth leadership development, he has considerable experience with curriculum development, program design and implementation, and evaluation of programs serving diverse audiences, whether youth or adult. Prior to joining the Fanning Institute, Jason served Georgia 4-H as the State Specialist for Leadership and Civic Engagement, responsible for planning, facilitating, and evaluating dynamic educational programs for youth ages 9-19. Before working in youth development, Jason practiced law with large firms in Atlanta, GA, and Washington, DC. He helped train, coordinate, and supervise attorney teams working on corporate litigation, antitrust matters, and government enforcement actions.
- J.D., specialization in international legal affairs, Cornell Law School
- B.A., English and sociology, Emory University