Meet Jason Remer
Jason Remer is ready, willing and able to fulfill this role as a dedicated civil servant.
Jason has been a resident of Braddock District for over 18 years and has devoted his life and career to making his local, national, and global communities better places to live and raise a family.
Policy & Government Experience
Jason, along with Gina, his wife of 39 years, moved to Fairfax County in 2000 so Jason could serve as a Congressional Fellow for a member of the US House of Representatives.
During that one-year fellowship, Jason got to see government operate from within, allowing him to gain a profound appreciation for the role that government plays in everyday life. After the Congressional Fellowship, Jason chose to step back from the political process so he could devote his time to raising his six children, deciding to make Fairfax County his family’s permanent home.
Community and Business Leadership
Jason’s life experiences are many. He is a registered Professional Engineer, with a diverse career spanning over 36 years in the fields of security and energy. He has:
- Led multi-million-dollar projects in renewable energy, homeland security nuclear power, with a focus on environmental stewardship and efficiency improvements.
- Jason’s business-world success and his down-to-earth, common-sense approach to life make him an ideal fit for the position of Braddock Supervisor and for Fairfax.
Alongside his family, Jason has made volunteer and community service a part of his own life:
He has been a founding member and adult representative of a Fairfax County Boy Scout Troop;
He is a current board member and past president of his Community Association and organized community-wide picnics;
Jason and his wife Gina have served with Samaritan’s Purse, helping with community restoration after Hurricane Hugo;
Jason modeled service to his own children and taught them to walk with him in looking to the needs of others--resulting in the honor of seeing two of his children honored as Fairfax County Shining Star Award recipients.
- Jason and Gina are members of Truro Anglican Church and support the church’s outreach to immigrant families. Jason has also provided a home for and mentored an immigrant college student, as well as regularly hosting international students.
Throughout his life, Jason has worked to improve not only his local community, but also to defend human rights on an international level. He is a current board member of non-profit organization that provides education for North Korean refugee students. Jason has led a project to provide electricity to under-served communities in Haiti, and organized and led many youth teams to providing oversight and manpower in construction and infrastructure improvements at two orphanages in Juarez, Mexico.