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Jason Bathon

Jason Bathon


Email: nwahumanists@gmail.com
Phone: (479) 387-7267


Jason Bathon is the founder and president of the Northwest Arkansas Humanist Association, the only AHA chapter in Arkansas. The NWAHA is a progressive, vibrant chapter that focuses on Equality, Education, and Community. He also founded the first secular convention in Arkansas called LogiCon in 2012.

He is also on the board of directors for Camp Quest Oklahoma and serves as a counselor each year.

Jason has been hosted on atheist and secular podcasts as well as an appearance in the soon to be released documentary “A Scarlet Letter”. He has also spoken at several events on topics involving: Humanism, secular morals, the importance of spending ethically, and more.

Jason holds an M.B.A from Webster University and a B.A. in Organizational Behavior from John Brown University. He lives in Fayetteville Arkansas.

Honorarium terms are best negotiated on an individual basis. Jason Bathon does not usually stipulate this fee; however, compensation for travel is required.

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