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Jason Bogovich is a seasoned professional with more than two decades of experience across the energy, housing, and economic development sectors. His expertise spans a broad range of activities, including policy formulation, program implementation at various governmental levels, and fostering international collaborations, particularly in Asia. Jason is adept at devising and executing “Innovation through Collaboration” strategies, building and nurturing regional cooperation partnerships, developing knowledge products, orchestrating advocacy and disaster response initiatives, organizing large-scale events, and forming meaningful partnerships between the private and public sectors. His analytical skills have been applied to a wide array of federal and international programs and initiatives in both the United States and Asia.

For the last six years, Jason has been based in the Philippines, where he played a pivotal role as a lead consultant for the Asian Development Bank (ADB). His contributions include producing the Asia Clean Energy Forum, organizing the inaugural Innovation Fair, and overseeing the Southeast Asia Development Solutions (SEADS) Knowledge and Innovation Platform. Throughout his ADB tenure, he emphasized regional cooperation, knowledge product development, partnership building, effective communication strategies, and promoted the “One ADB Approach” and a culture of innovation.

Jason has been instrumental in forging partnerships with globally recognized organizations like the International Labor Organization, Visa, the International Vaccine Institute, Save the Children, Microsoft, Google, Abbott Laboratories, Amazon Web Services, and the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). These collaborations have significantly impacted various sectors, including health, education, digital transformation, and industrial development.

Before relocating to Asia, Jason spent 13 years in Washington D.C., where his career highlights included roles at the White House and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), appointed by the President. He also served as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Energy for over a dozen years.

Jason currently resides in the Philippines with his wife and their three-year-old son, embracing the challenges and opportunities of international development and cooperation.

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