Jason Mudd is a trusted advisor to some of America's Most Admired Brands, including
He founded Axia Public Relations, a PR firm for national B2B and B2C brands, in 2002.
Jason’s an Emmy Award-winning, accredited public relations practitioner, speaker, author and entrepreneur. PR Week has named him a “Rising Star” of public relations.
Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) is a mark of distinction for public relations professionals who demonstrate their commitment to the profession and to its ethical practice. These individuals are selected based on broad knowledge, strategic perspective and sound professional judgment. Jason has also earned inbound marketing certification.
Jason, who began his career as a journalist, graduated from the acclaimed University of Missouri journalism school with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. After running his own PR firm and web design company, he completed a stint as a PR consultant to what is now Arm & Hammer’s Clean Shower product. Next, Jason joined what is now WindStream Communications as its marketing director and a shareholder. There, he become a web marketing strategist as he and his team became leaders in e-commerce, content management systems and what was later called Web 2.0.
Next, he promoted and co-produced the Emmy-winning Florida Sports Awards, the then-official statewide sports awards show, awarding Jaspers to the state's top professional and amateur athletes. There, Jason worked with key sponsors and professional teams and tours, including American Airlines, General Motors and Wachovia, Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Miami Marlins, Orlando Magic, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tampa Bay Rays, as well as ATP Tour, LPGA Tour, NASCAR, PGA Tour and WTA Tour.
Now, in addition to acting as CEO of Axia Public Relations, Jason serves on the board of directors for a well-respected $31 billion financial institution serving mid-market companies. In his capacity there, he draws from his extensive experience to lend valuable expertise and insights in order to grow and improve the company.