Raised by parents from Trinidad and Tobago, Jason Warner was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in the country-side of Northern Virginia. He has studied at George Mason University, The Art Institute of Orange County, and the Graduate School of the United States of America in Washington, DC in fields of computer science, animation and graphic design, and computer networking. Mr. Warner has worked for Ernst & Young, Planned Parenthood, and currently Kedren Community Health Center in South Los Angeles. He has volunteered his time as the President of the Youth Chapter of Loudoun County’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), created Orange County’s first young men’s involvement program entitled M3: Male.Motivation.Movement., managed several peer education programs, and currently sits on the board of Caribbean Medical Providers Practicing Abroad. His attitude while working with Fundación de Sobrevivientes de Tráfico Humano (FSTH) has truly been on the level of resources, networking, and production. Mr. Warner’s involvement inspires to assist the organization with his successful grant writing skills from past non-profit organizations that have provided community education.