Jason Trice is co-president & CEO of Jasco Products Company.
Jasco designs, develops and markets more than 3,000 innovative consumer products for leading brands such as GE, Disney, Philips, Energizer, Honeywell, Enbrighten, EcoSurvivor and more.
Jason began his career at Jasco as a product manager in 2002 and received numerous innovation awards. He also worked as business development director and then executive vice president of sales, managing all Jasco’s sales efforts throughout North and South America. As CEO, he oversees Jasco’s sales, operations and finance divisions.
Prior to his career at Jasco, Jason won multiple national championships as a debater, coach and ultimately the director of the Michigan State University Debate Team.
Trice holds a BA in Political Science and MS in Communication from Michigan State University. He serves on the Board of Water4 and is an active community member and trustee of the Jasco Giving Hope Foundation.
The Oklahoma City native has been married to his wife, Emily, for 18 years, has two children and enjoys playing tennis in his spare time.
George Rennix has been a member of Henderson Hills Baptist Church, Edmond, Oklahoma, since 2000. George owned and operated two businesses for 15 years before becoming the executive director for Christian Business Men’s Connection, an international ministry to men in the marketplace, where he served for 18 years.
In 2005, Rennix, an ordained minister, started Barnabas Ministries, Inc. BMI provides employee chaplaincy services to 11 companies in the greater Oklahoma City Metro area. The ministry also provides Rennix the opportunity to meet with men and couples, who are not connected to the corporate chaplaincy program, to address a variety of life issues.
He serves on the OJPM Board of Directors and counsels inmates at the Oklahoma County jail once a week. Rennix has also been going into jails and prisons through the ministries of Prison Fellowship and The Bill Glass Prison Ministry for the past 41 years.
Rennix has been married to his wife, Suzanne, for 31 years. They have four children and eight grandchildren.