Williams has 16 years of experience serving West Virginia citizens
CHARLESTON, WV - Today, Governor Jim Justice announced the promotion of Jason Williams to director of constituent services. Williams will oversee the department of constituent services for the governor's office.
Jason Williams served as deputy director of constituent services for Governor Earl Ray Tomblin over the past 3 years. Prior to that, he was a caseworker where he acted as a liaison between state agencies and the constituents of West Virginia. He has worked through three gubernatorial administrations and has been in the Office of Constituent Services for the past 16 years.
"Jason Williams has been a tremendous asset to three different governors and will continue making a difference for West Virginia families in my office," said Governor Jim Justice. "Jason knows how to get results for people who look to our office for assistance. Like me, Jason has a passion for West Virginia and will help everyone-regardless of politics or who you know."
"It's a real honor to take on this new role for Governor Justice," said Jason Williams. "The constituent service team will continue to help all of the people of West Virginia navigate state government. I look forward to helping Governor Justice make a real difference in the lives of the people of our state."
Mr. Williams, a native of Institute, West Virginia, earned his B.A. degree in political science from West Virginia State University and a M.A. degree in political science from Marshall University. He also served as a Frasure-Singleton Intern and a Rollins Scholar Intern with the West Virginia State Legislature.
Williams is married to Tiffany Ellis-Williams and they have two children, Jason and Jaya.