Jason Hebert

Jason Hebert

Board Treasurer

Jason's passion lies in the pursuit of ontology, epistemology, and truth, along with the inherent symbiotic relationship these tenets have in practice.  He is in charge of the financial management for Enhance a Village, Inc. including adoption and oversight of the annual budget. As a Board Member, he also formulates and oversights policies and procedures of the organization as well as reviewing organizational and programmatic reports.

Jason has served more than fifteen years in the non-profit industry as a Financial Administrator and business consultant.  In addition to his role at Enhance a Village, Inc., he is a higher education administrator at one of the largest colleges and universities in Massachusetts.  In this role, he oversees the institution’s component unit financial operations, investment activities, and strategic direction.  Prior to his role in higher education, he worked as a business consultant for a regional public accounting firm where he served an eclectic mix of clients and industries.

Jason is a Certified Public Accountant and a Charted Global Management accountant with a Master’s degree in business administration and a Master’s degree in educational leadership.  He is currently enrolled as a doctoral student at Northeastern University where he is pursuing a degree in organizational leadership.  His principal research focus centers on the effect international partnerships have on the value proposition in higher education.  His long-term goal is to design a cloud based solution where institutions of higher education can leverage the meta-data (structured and unstructured) derived from these partnership to bolster student and faculty success, as well as institutional brand.  This research project came to fruition while traveling in the country of Jordan in April 2014, where he presented a paper titled “A Modest Proposal: A Mixed Methods Approach to Educational Assessment” at an academic conference at Tafila Technical University.     

In addition to his professional endeavors, Jason is involved in a number of volunteer activities.  As an example, he serves as a board member of the Easton Children’s Museum and is a member of the museum’s business development committee.  He is also a member of the Southern New England Entrepreneurs Forum and serves on its program committee.

Jason lives in Rehoboth, MA with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs and enjoys traveling, reading, and competing in multi-sport events.