Jasper Cox career started in New York City and spans over thirty years working in the areas of finance and administration for nonprofit organizations. He started out as an accountant with Coordination in Development (CODEL), a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) doing relief and development work in Latin America and Africa. For the next thirty years, Cox continued to develop his financial and administrative skills working in finance and administration for several nonprofit organizations including Mental Health Association of Maryland, Strathmore Hall Foundation and Partners for Development.
Jasper is a seasoned financial professional with comprehensive knowledge of nonprofit accounting standards and issues, as well as a good understanding of nonprofit tax issues and grant management. He holds an undergraduate degree in Finance and Investments from Bernard M. Baruch College, a unit of the City University of New York, and a graduate degree in Public Administration from Long Island University. Cox is also a graduate of Leadership Maryland and Executive Preparation Institute, a certificate program offered by the Center for Nonprofit Advancement. He currently serves as board treasurer for Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington and is a finance committee member for Takoma Academy Preparatory School.
Jasper is married to Gail Cox and they have three adult children, Steven, Jalisa and Jeremy.