Jared Warren wasn’t born a Presbyterian. As a child, he found himself addicted to Mr. Rogers, and, according to his Methodist mother, the rest is history. He spent 15 years working and volunteering with young adults: first as a Program Director for the Boy Scouts, then as a volunteer with the Presbyterian Church. At work, he’s often referred to as “Captain Verbosity” – that’s a polite way to say that he talks too much. When he opens his mouth, he’s probably talking about technology, faith, beer, food, or telling tall tales of life with his large extended family (something his boyfriend refers to as “long running nostalgia”).
At work, Jared designs the technical systems that market and deliver socks and underwear (and about a million other things) to you from JCPenney.