Rep. Jason Grenn, AK HD-22
A fourth generation Alaskan, Jason Grenn has always called Alaska home. He was born and raised in Anchorage before receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Public Communication from Northwest Nazarene University with a certificate in Nonprofit Management.
Prior to his time in office, Jason worked with a number of nonprofits in Alaska as the Director of the Pick.Click.Give Program where he helped coordinate a statewide campaign to grow and expand charitable giving in Alaska. He also worked to improve his community by serving as the President of the Sand Lake Community, volunteering for his church, and other organizations throughout the state.
Jason was first elected to represent Alaska House District 22 office in 2016. Working with Rep. Dan Ortiz (I), he helped helped to flip control from the Republican Party to a new, bipartisan governing coalition. In office, Jason has served as a member of the House Finance committee, Council of State Governments Public Safety and Energy committees. He has also served as chair to the Department of Law and Department of Administration budget committees, and co-chair of the Alaska Chapter of the Millennial Action Project.
His legislative accomplishments include recent passage of a legislative ethics reform bill that prevents legislators from receiving per-diem pay if the state budget is not passed under the 120 day deadline, toughens conflict of interest standards, closes benefit loopholes for lobbyists, and bars foreign companies from donating to state-level candidates.
Jason lives in Anchorage with his wife of 14 years, Jana, and their three young children.