Jason W. Womack, MEd, MA is an avid practitioner who earned two Master’s degrees after studying US History and Spanish Literature as an undergraduate student at the University of California (Berkeley, Santa Barbara, San Diego campuses).
He earned his Masters Degree in Education to understand how to teach. He went back to school to earn his Master’s Degree in Psychology to find out how people most effectively learn. He applies this wealth of knowledge to corporate learning environments to help solve the day-to-day challenges of work/life balance in an era of increased personal accountability. Jason’s ability to deliver coaching and training programs in both English and Spanish make it possible to present this information to a wide range of associates – both in large group as well as one-on-one settings.
As an executive coach, Jason provides practical methods to maximize tools, systems and processes to achieve quality work/life balance. He has worked with leaders and executives for over 14 years in the business and education sectors. His focus is on creating ideas that matter and implementing solutions that are valuable to the organization and the individuals in those organizations.
Jason succeeds in the health and wellness areas of his life. While traveling worldwide, he trains and competes regularly as an age-group triathlete. Since 2003, he has completed four 1/2 Ironman distance races, several half-marathons and several smaller triathlons around the United States. Jason consistently places in the top 10% of his age group in both 5K and 10K races. In July, 2010 he earned first place in his age group at the Capital City Classic 10K run in Raleigh, NC. His Personal Record for the ½ marathon distance race is 1:30:37.
Jason’s articles on learning management and productivity tips are frequently published in trade journals and regional magazines as well as the Los Angeles Times. Several articles and interviews are available on the websites: http://www.womackcompany.com/, and http://www.jasonwomackblog.com/.