Award marks third of its kind to be bestowed to a Singer Associates executive
August 16, 2010
San Francisco, CA—Singer Associate’s Vice President Jason Barnett was recently named one of PRWeek’s “40 Under 40” for his stand out work in the industry. Barnett, age 38, is recognized as a leading strategist and policy influencer across several sectors, including land use development, green energy, and US labor issues.
“We are proud to have Jason on our team and we’re delighted that his hard work and talent is being recognized by our peers in PRWeek” noted Singer Associates President, Sam Singer.
According to PRWeek, their “…editorial team looks across agencies, corporations, and nonprofits to profile 40 professionals under the age of 40 who demonstrate innovative thinking, strong determination, and results that indicate a long and successful career in the PR industry.”
“Jason’s selection on this list marks the third Singer executive to be nationally recognized for our commitment to hard work and the specialized attention that we offer our clients” noted Sam Singer.
In his current role, Barnett provides strategic direction to a diverse set of clients, among them Chevron, Lennar, Calpine, and Big Lagoon Rancheria Indian Tribe. Among Barnett’s accomplishments was his strategic role in the $4 billion redevelopment of a former naval shipyard in San Francisco into a mixed-use housing community. In addition, his work with Calpine led to the company getting approval to build the US’ first power plant with a federal limit on greenhouse gas emissions. His background in public affairs, government relations, and politics offers Singer Associates clients savvy, creative expertise in building support for their issues.