About Jason Webb
Jason Webb is a Milwaukee-based public speaker, entrepreneur, movement leader, and advocate of racial reconciliation. His track record includes establishing organizations and churches, handling mergers and acquisitions, overseeing budgets and people, and consistently meeting and exceeding organizational goals.
Over the last 18 years, Mr. Webb has helped start, lead, volunteer at, and mobilize volunteers for multiple domestic and international non-profit organizations in the US, Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Peru, and other countries throughout the world.
He is a gifted fundraiser who has led multimillion-dollar campaigns and oversaw complex budgets, to include a $12.5 million budget at his last organization. Some of his engagements include work with Elmbrook Church, Brooklife Church, Nairobi Chapel, New Thing, James Place, and many other nonprofit organizations locally and globally.
In these organizations, he has held top management and leadership positions. Jason Webb’s expertise includes communication, leadership development, recruiting, public speaking, fundraising and budget management, strategic planning, networking, merger and acquisition, and business expansion. Mr. Webb has a Bachelor of Science from Northwestern University and a Master of Divinity from Trinity International University, where he graduated summa cum laude.
When he is not working, Mr. Webb spends time with his four children, reading at the coffee shop, playing golf, or cheering for the Green Bay Packers.
TEAM MANAGER & GROUPS DIRECTOR, GREAT LAKES CHURCH, KENOSHA, WI
TEACHER, WEST MILWAUKEE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
PASTOR OF 20-SOMETHINGS, ELMBROOK CHURCH
WISCONSIN CHURCH PLANTING NETWORK, JAMES PLACE (6 LOCATIONS), UPSTART KITCHEN, MILWAUKEE DECLARATION
NEW THING, GATEWAYS TO LIFE (LESBOS), ECHO AFRICA (KENYA), MISSION OF HOPE (HAITI), RIVERWIND (PERU), TUMAINI MEDICAL CLINICS, PHILEMON, TULIP (KENYA)