Jason Grant is a member of the Global Enterprise Networking Wireless team and has been with Cisco since late 2000. He was most recently an Enterprise Networking and wireless LAN specialist , a position he had held for fourteen years. He was part of the sales organization supporting a variety of customers from just a few employees, all the way to the largest organizations in the western United States. As a salesperson, Jason stays very technical and blends in business acumen and business transformation to elevate the value of IT within an organization, helping them harness the trend of digitization. Earlier in his career Jason was a Systems Engineer at Cisco and a network engineer at Fluke Corporation and the City of Seattle.
Jason very much enjoys giving back to his community, volunteering in several ways. He has served as IT Director for a Seattle area nonprofit, supporting high-speed apps and services across 5 sites, negotiating contracts with vendors and implementing application and business services. He also volunteers as a pro-audio engineer at a few local sites including Valley View Middle School in Snohomish, Washington. Jason and his wife Michele support several organizations that provide recovery services to victims of sex-trafficking.
Jason has coached several recreational youth sports teams including basketball and soccer. He enjoys martial arts and a few years ago earned a 1st degree black belt in Shaolin Chuan Fa Kenpo, a mixed martial art based on centuries old teachings of Shaolin monks of China.
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