Jason C. Golumbfskie-Jones, PE, N40

  • Commander
  • Navy Installations Command, Southwest

Mr. Jason Golumbfskie-Jones (Go-Jo) joined Navy Region Southwest (NRSW) as the N-40, Government Affairs and Fleet Environmental Director. In this role, he is the lead for state government and environmental affairs along with Regional responses and coordination for the operational Navy.  Mr. Golumbfskie-Jones joined Civilian Service with NAVFAC Southwest in 2010. Until 2015 he worked in the Environmental Business Line where he was the Environmental Management System Audit Team Lead for NAVFAC SW. In 2015, Mr. Golumbfskie-Jones moved to the role of Regional Energy Security Program Manager within the NAVFAC SW Public Works Business Line, which supported development of an Energy Security Plan for the region, along with aiding the development and design of the Regional Emergency and Energy Management Center.  In 2016, he was selected as the Installation Environmental Program Director for Naval Base Coronado, providing Environmental Management to the 8 fence lines of the installation. In 2019, Mr. Golumbfskie-Jones moved to the Deputy Public Works Officer position at Public Works Department Coronado. Prior to coming to CNRSW, Jason completed a 3-month rotation with NAVFAC EURAFCENT as the Deputy Operations Officer, coordinating all of the NAVFAC products and services for the region while aiding to stand up the COVID-19 response/Emergency Management Office for the Command.

Mr. Golumbfskie-Jones started his professional career working for the City of Philadelphia Water Department as a Sanitary Engineer at the Southwest Wastewater Treatment Plant in 2002. He then moved to California in 2004, where he was employeed as an environmental engineering consultant for CDM and General Dynamics Information Technology before starting his civil service career.

Mr. Golumbfskie-Jones hails from Shamokin, Pennsylvania, and received a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering from Drexel University.  He is a professional environmental engineer licensed in the State of Nevada.  He resides in San Diego with his husband and two dogs.


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