Jason Alviar (he/him/his) joins the Sacramento LGBT Community Center as the Communication and Marketing Manager, bringing over nine years of digital marketing, communications, and public relations experience to the role. He has a passion for visual storytelling and finding innovative solutions to overcome challenges and obstacles that face most nonprofit organizations.
Jason was born in San Francisco, CA and grew up in Fairfield, CA, moving to Sacramento in 2008 to attend Sac State. He started his professional career during his time as a student where he led large-scale student-driven public relations awareness campaigns and events. Upon graduating he would eventually find work freelancing as a social media producer, providing digital support to small local organizations, chambers of commerce, and school districts. His work would eventually lead him to the California Coalition for Youth where he found his passion for nonprofit marketing and communications eventually leading him to doing more freelancing as a digital content creator for the Rainbow Community Center in Concord, CA.
When not working, you can usually find Jason behind a camera shooting award-winning short films and taking photos of friends and family. He can also be found performing improv comedy at local theaters in Sacramento and writing sketches with his comedy troupe. Jason is also a connoisseur of bad cinema, enjoying classic films like “The Room” By Tommy Wiseau, “A Talking Cat?!” by David DeCoteau, and “Birdemic: Shock and Terror” by James Nguyen. But what Jason enjoys the most is spending time watching reality competition shows with his partner, Priya and his chihuahua-pug, Bandit.
Jason holds a BA in Public Relations from California State University, Sacramento and joined the Center in April of 2021.
E-mail Jason | ☏ (916) 442-0185 ext. 104