Jason Faler has been an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Public Health since 2007. He currently teaches Health Care Law and Regulation and Strategic Management of Health Care Organizations.
Faler has worked with several healthcare delivery systems, including Atlantic Health, Salem Health and Providence Health & Services in Portland, where he currently is the director of business development.
Faler is a Major in the Reserve Component of the United States Army and has served in support of combat operations in Southwest Asia and the Horn of Africa. Among his awards and decorations are the Combat Action Badge, Bronze Star Medal and the Joint Service Commendation Medal.
He also is the founder and former executive director of The Checkpoint One Foundation, a charitable organization helping Iraqi and Afghan nationals who face threats in their homeland because of their assistance to U.S. and coalition entities since 2001.
Graduate, U.S. Army Command and General Staff Officer
Certificate, Arabic Studies, The American University in Cairo
B.A., Oregon State University, 2000
M.H.A., Seton Hall University, 2006
M.S.J., Seton Hall University School of Law, 2006
Awards and Honors
2009 Finalist, Congressional Medal of Honor Society “Above & Beyond Citizen Honors Award”