Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to speak, teach and encourage hundreds of thousands of people at events across the country. Whether you’re a college, church, conference or business, I’d love to see if there’s a way to serve and share with the great work you’re doing.

CONTACT: jasonromano22@gmail.com

Topics and Testimonials

I speak and share on a number of topics including faith in the workplace, sports broadcasting, forgiveness, addiction, social media excellence, living with purpose and many others.

“Jason effectively presents what NFL players need to know now about the fast-changing digital and social media landscape. He is an irreplaceable faculty member of our player education Broadcasting and Journalism Boot Camps.”

-Dick Maxwell, Retired NFL Senior Director of Broadcasting.

Jason is a godly, authentic leader, and has a captivating story to share with your church. We enjoyed having him speak to a group of influencers, alongside Brad Lomenick of Catalyst and Ed Stetzer of LifeWay, and he nailed it!”

-Matt Brown – Evangelist, author of Awakening, and founder of Think Eternity

“Jason is a great speaker. He’s engaging and energetic. He challenged my students to think about their future careers, in a changing media landscape, in new ways.”

Steven Keeler, Chair — Humanities Division and School of Media and the Arts, Cayuga Community College (SUNY)

“Jason was the perfect guest speaker for our Annual Sports Banquet. He was entertaining, energetic, charismatic and dynamic. Jason encouraged our student athletes to be themselves, and to follow their passions in life. His message was powerful and motivating! After his speech I received numerous emails from students, parents, coaches, and administrators all raving about Jason.”

– Andrew Santandera – Athletic Director, La Salle Institute, Troy, NY

“We thoroughly enjoyed hearing from Jason on the topic of faith and the workplace. His presentation was authentic and engaging making it well received and memorable. We were so impressed, we invited him back to speak a second time to our men.”

– Pastor Andy Eiss, Fellowship Church, Middletown, CT