Jason King is President and Chief Executive Officer of Turning the Page, a recognized leader in developing and implementing innovative solutions to family involvement and community investment challenges facing urban public schools. Jason earned his A.B. in 1994 from Duke University and his J.D. from Georgetown Law Center in 1997. In early 1998, while practicing commercial finance law at Krooth & Altman LLP, he co-founded Turning the Page with friends and colleagues as an all-volunteer organization. In July 2000, Jason left his law practice to become Turning the Page's full-time president and first staff member. In 2004, Jason was recognized as a "Hometown Hero" by local PBS affiliate WETA and served for five years as Chair of the D.C. Congressional Art Competition. In 2009, Jason participated in the Stanford School of Business Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders and is part of the Leadership Greater Washington Class of 2013.