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Office of Community Engagement Coordinator
Jason Nulton headshot
Office #
McDonough 106
BS-Political Science, West Virginia University (1995); MA-Human Resource Development, Webster University (2003); MS-Transportation and Supply Chain Management, USAF Institute of Technology (2008), Certification-Project Management Professional (PMP) (2014)
Year Appointed
Courses - Fall
  • Business Ethics
  • Leadership Theories & Models
Courses - Spring
  • Managing Organizations
  • Organizational Leadership

Jason Nulton is a retired Lieutenant Colonel and logistics officer who served 20 years in the U.S. Air Force. During his career, he completed nine active duty assignments, held numerous leadership positions (including as commander of two large units), and completed tours of duty on four continents. He served in deployed locations in the Balkans, Africa, the Persian Gulf, Levant, and Afghanistan, and retired in July 2015 from the Pentagon. After retirement, Jason brought his experience to the classroom, spending five years teaching undergraduate business, project management, principles of management, and leadership at Ohio Valley University. 

Before coming to Marietta, Jason performed business development and training for a small startup based in Muncie, Indiana. He also currently teaches Leadership and Command to mid-level military officers as part of the Air Force’s online Professional Military Education (PME), program and has served as a facilitator for Marshall University’s “Testament” student veteran program. In addition, he collaborated on and published “To War with the Fourth,” a documentary book chronicling the 4th Infantry Division’s history from World War I to the Global War on Terror, which was a finalist for the 2016 Army Historical Society Distinguished Writing Award. Jason also recently published "Uncommon Cargo," based on the true story of a Vietnamese family's escape from Saigon in 1975. Jason lives in the Parkersburg area with his wife and two kids.