About Jason Heinritz

Entrepreneur & Youth Speaker on Making Better Life Choices

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Over the course of 8 years, Jason has delivered over 350 speeches to over 8,200 people, inspiring others to grow professionally and personally.  As a District Manager, he has personally trained over 1,500 representatives and is responsible for over $9 million in sales. In May of 2011, Jason was honored to be the recognized as one of the “Future 15” and the first recipient under 30 years old to win this award given to the top 15 young professionals of the Fox Valley area.

He is passionate about sharing his expertise on life skill development with young people. Through training and mentoring, he helps people develop into “better versions of themselves.” By teaching them personal growth skills including overcoming obstacles, improving communications, time management, goal setting, and making the right choices in a very hard society for young people, Jason strives to help all people reach their greatest potential.

Jason grew up in Waukesha, WI and became very involved in church and sports. He attended college at UW-Whitewater, where he participated in football and track. In 2008, he graduated with a degree in Sports Management.

In 2004, while a freshman in college, Jason began his career with Vector Marketing as a representative marketing Cutco Cutlery. He quickly moved up in the company and currently manages the District office in Appleton, WI.  Jason is one of the top 500 sales reps of all time in the company’s 60+ year history – rising above over 1.3 million others and is quickly on his way to being inducted into the Vector Marketing Hall of Fame.

 

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