A multidisciplinary lobbying, public affairs, communications, media relations, campaign consulting, and business development firm. Your one-stop shop to execute integrated lobbying and campaign strategies.
Jason Barraza brings political acumen, firsthand experience with political organizations in Arizona, and a strong legal background to Veridus. Since joining the firm in 2009, in addition to lobbying, Jason assists in the development of political advocacy plans that include political campaigns, polling, and community outreach.
Prior to joining Veridus, Jason spent multiple stints assisting the coordinated campaign of the Arizona Democratic Party during the 2002, 2006 and 2008 campaign cycles. Jason also worked security, logistics and similar roles as part of each Democratic National Convention between 2000 and 2012, and also the 2016 DNC in Philadelphia, PA. He graduated with a bachelor’s from the University of Southern California (2001), and a law degree from the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona (2006).
In his service to the community, Jason was appointed by Governor Doug Ducey to the Maricopa County Trial Court Appointments Commission in 2017, and currently serves on the City of Phoenix’s North Mountain Village Planning Committee. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Leading for Change, a non-partisan, political leadership training organization, having previously served as the Board Chairman; and was the 2017 President of Los Abogados, the Arizona Hispanic Bar Association.
Areas of Expertise
Lobbying, campaign consulting (including message development, targeting, and delivery), polling, public affairs, and community outreach.
2019: On the Move: Jason Barraza promoted to Veridus director
2018: Recognized by AzBusiness Magazine (March/April 2018) as an Influential Minority Business Leader
2016: HNBA Top Lawyers Under 40 Award
2015: Hispanic National Bar Association representative at the American Bar Association’s Collaborative Bar Leadership Academy
2013-2014: Class Member of the Bar Leadership Institute (BLI) of the State Bar of Arizona