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Jason Nixon

Rimbey - Rocky Mountain House - Sundre

Jason Nixon

Democracy & Accountability

Jason Nixon was elected to the Alberta Legislature on May 05, 2015 in the constituency of Rimbey - Rocky Mountain House - Sundre.

Jason Nixon is the oldest son of Pat Nixon, the founder of one of Alberta’s most respected not for profit organizations, The Mustard Seed. He was privileged to grow up in a family dedicated to public service and the betterment of our communities. Jason spent over 25 years volunteering and working within The Mustard Seed community, eventually progressing to Executive Director. He served in that position between 2006 and 2011. In April, 2012 Jason was elected to a two-year term, as Vice President of Finance and Administration at the Athabasca University Student Union (AUSU). In April 2014 Jason was elected President of AUSU were he continues to serve the 34,000 Athabasca University undergraduate students from across Canada and around the World. Jason has also worked in management for health and safety consulting firms and in business, working within the oil and gas industry in Alberta.

In 2011 Jason Nixon graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Business Administration Program with a management major and was inducted in to the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Jason is currently completing a Bachelor of Commerce degree in his spare time at Athabasca University. He also is a National Construction Safety Officer.

Jason is happily married to his high school sweetheart Tiffany and is the proud father of Markus (18) and eight-year-old twins Austin and Chyanne. Jason and his family call west of Sundre, Alberta home. He has been an active member of the Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre constituency association for several years. Jason is dedicated to restoring integrity to public life, ensuring we have a government that is accountable to Albertans and committed to responsible fiscal management in government, stable municipal funding, and the protection of property rights.