Jaziah B. Masters, a native of Dallas, Texas, is the advocacy and outreach manager at BJC. He coordinates a variety of education and advocacy efforts that educate, engage and empower BJC’s supporters, expanding the base of support for religious liberty.
Masters is a 2017 graduate of Baylor University, where he majored in political science. He is currently in his final semester of graduate studies at George Washington University and will complete his M.P.S. degree in the field of legislative affairs in 2020. Prior to joining BJC, he interned on Capitol Hill in the office of U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield. Masters also interned in the office of Texas state Rep. Helen Giddings, where he provided legislative and administrative support.
Masters completed internships with the Dallas Independent School District and the U.S. Small Business Administration. While in college, he also served as a reading counselor and led academic instruction for a class of elementary school students in Baltimore, Maryland.