Jason Luntz is a new media strategist and the founder of UrVoyce, a small business that utilizes the creation of original content, multimedia projects, website design and social networks to help organizations build an online presence. Jason is also an adjunct professor in the communications department at Tennessee State University, where he teaches courses in entrepreneurship, public speaking, and news editing. For nearly two years, he served as the president of the Nashville chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Jason has been actively immersed in social media since 2008 when he began his career writing online for various blogs. This lead him to attend Full Sail University to receive his Master of Arts in New Media Journalism; a program that focused on telling stories by using accessible digital devices.
He soon realized that he could leverage his understanding of how to use online tools to tell stories, to help others grow their presence on the internet. This eventually grew into a career that allowed Jason to give small companies and nonprofits the same online marketing opportunities as their larger counterparts.
Recognized in 2014 as one of Nashville’s Black 40 Under 40 and in 2017 as a Black Chamber of Commerce Rising Star, Jason has continued to focus his work on helping minority owned businesses and organizations. He is a highly sought-after speaker on social media and online branding topics and has presented in front of audiences throughout out Middle Tennessee.