A graduate of the Medill School at Northwestern and The Ohio State University, Jason Shough is an award-winning copywriter. From 2012–2014, he was also a speechwriter for Dr. Gordon Gee.
At Ohio State, his former boss used to say “you need nerves like steel pipes to be a college president”. To Jason, the same rule applies to doing great brand work. Whether it’s research, strategy, or creative, you need guts to break through the noise — and Jason’s never backed down from that challenge. In the last five years, he’s written celebrated campaigns for Northwestern University, University of California, Monmouth College, Antioch College, Western State Colorado University, and Rotterdam School of Management. He’s also served as lead creative for several global pharmaceutical brands.
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