Jason A. Green, JD / MBA

BACKGROUND & EXPERIENCE

Jason Green spent the early part of his career as a newspaper reporter and editor at papers and magazines across Pennsylvania and in Atlanta, covering news, sports and cultural events. Seeing readership decrease across the industry and an uncertain future, Jason went to law school with an eye toward being an estate planner.

Fate put a different spin on things. Jason became the conflicts and client intake manager at a large Pittsburgh-based law firm, ensuring that attorneys followed ethics rules when they brought on new clients. In this position, Jason grew into a key leadership role in the firm.

Jason continued his pursuit into professional firm management, working as an on-boarding and integration manager at another Pittsburgh-based firm and continued this ascent into professional firm management by overseeing six offices for a large, national labor and employment law firm. During this time, he earned an MBA, adding theoretical knowledge to the practical skills he had gained in nearly two decades of management.

With strong writing, interpersonal and leadership skills, Jason brings a wealth of experience to H2R CPA and leads a strong team who supports the accounting practitioners and ensures the firm is on the cutting edge in how it is run.

EDUCATION & LICENSES

  • JD – Duquesne University
  • MBA with Human Resources Concentration – Tennessee Technological University
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism – University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
  • Licensed attorney in Pennsylvania and West Virginia

PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

  • Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA)
  • Former Co-Treasurer – Temple Emanuel of the South Hills
  • Volunteer – various youth sports organizations​

PERSONALLY SPEAKING

Jason enjoys spending time with his wife, Pauli, and their two children, Eli and Sarah. His interests include travel, sports and history. He’d love to improve his golf game.


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