My name is Jason Kelley and I am proud to have served in the United States Marine Corp from 1999 through 2008. I was sent overseas for 9/11 and served honorably. I am most proud of opening the brand new mesh hall on Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan in 2003. Since my departure from the Marines I have held positions for cooking and fire alarm inspector in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, Multiple Sclerosis took me away from my fire alarm career in 2017. My most important role in life is to be the best father even with my limitations. My wife of 20 years and my two children (17 & 11) are my world. My latest and greatest achievement is being a part of the best organization of the Paralyzed Veterans of America. I am proud to be the Las Vegas Sports Director for Nevada PVA and have so many ideas to get more vets involved and out in the community. I am already a big activist for the adaptive cycling program (City of Las Vegas) and adaptive scuba diving (Big Thank You to DIVE PIRATES and Waterworld scuba!!). I look forward to learning the other programs so I can help other Veterans get out and have fun.