Web Developer / Programmer / Analyst
Jason Boothman rejoined the University staff in 2019 as the web developer, programmer and analyst. He builds Huntington University’s websites and provides support for and analysis of their various functions; he also works to build online administrative, instructional, and support systems. Jason holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in graphic design from Huntington University. Prior to his current stint working for the University, he spent four and a half years at Reusser Design, where he was involved in rolling out over 50 websites and advancing help desk support systems; before that he worked for the University as the arts computer classroom/lab manager and then as a programmer/analyst. He has also held roles as a freelance developer, a graphic/package designer, a PC technician, and a worship leader.
Jason is originally from Camden, Michigan, but now resides in Huntington with his wife — whom he met while attending Huntington University (then Huntington College) — and their three children. He bears the proud distinction of having had tweets liked by both Christopher Judge (one of his favorite actors) and Skittles. In his spare time Jason enjoys watching sports, playing video games, singing with his church’s worship team, and spending time with his family.