Jason A. Griffin received his B.A. English Clark Atlanta University. He has spent his life in community service including as an Americorp member at Hands on Atlanta School’s program. As a Corps member he tutored students, developed and ran after school programs.
In 2008 after three years of programming, he co-founded One World Link. He also has served as a Level II Supervisor at Jefferson Place Assessment Fulton County Human Services for almost 10 years. Last year he developed the R.E.A.L Talk pilot program to teach “at risk” teens and young adults in the Fulton County Accountability Court.
Through a combination of social entrepreneurship training and mentoring, 90% of active participants have started a business, started an apprenticeship or internship or gone to school. Mr. Griffin also serves on the advisory committee of many nonprofits and for profit entities.
Nana is tasked with building marketing assets for all of UPG’s brands and platforms and also works closely with Menfes Interactive development. Her talents vary from explainer video production, character animation to storyboarding and character design. She has created animated videos, motion comics, short films, animation for games and apps, presentations and more for companies large and small. Well versed in a variety of software and as a member of PMG, Nana provides curricula and instruction for UPG’s private school partners.
Sam has commanded substantial expertise in many disciplines of technical development, acquiring over 50,000 global clients and brings the type of experience suitable for UPG operations. As SVP of development, Sam consults with the technical team to produce favorable outcomes for clients. He also advises on new products, technology and processes which may be under consideration or necessary for UPG to stay ahead of the edge of the industry curve.