Jason Boxt
Executive Vice President

Jason is Executive Vice President of PSB Research, based in their Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Boxt oversees the growth and development of the PSB's corporate client base. He has been in the public affairs and public opinion research spaces for nearly 20 years. His expertise lies in communications and digital research, reputation and brand management, message development and issues advocacy. He spent more than eight years at The Glover Park Group, for the last three and a half years he led its research and analytics team as Managing Director. During his tenure at GPG, he helped develop communication and advocacy outreach strategies for clients such as the UN Foundation, PhRMA, the National Football League and the Gates Foundation, among others. He served as Managing Director in the Research Division of The Glover Park Group in the Washington, D.C. office. Prior to joining GPG, he served as the Director of National Advocacy at the Center for U.S. Global Engagement, and the National Deputy Political Director at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). At both the Center and at AIPAC, he helped provide political guidance and to both cultivate and grow “grass tops” advocacy, encouraging citizen activists to become involved in the political process by engaging and challenging candidates for public office to more prominently and specifically speak out in support of those issues for which each organization advocated. He started his public opinion research career at Global Strategy Group, first in its New York and then in its Washington, D.C. office. As a Vice President, Senior Associate and Intern at GSG, Mr. Boxt worked with hundreds of clients political, non-profit and corporate public attitudes and voter behavior. He joined GSG in 2000 after a brief stint as a Research Analyst at Roper Starch Worldwide, supervising the publication of Roper Reports, a syndicated survey covering dozens of industries throughout the year. He received his BA in International Studies at the University of South Carolina, and an MA in Political Science from Columbia University.