Jason Boucher is a Portsmouth, NH-based social media and digital content strategist currently working at The University of New Hampshire as director of social media.

Boucher considers himself a social media evangelist, who has a sustained passion for all things social media. Jason has been a featured speaker at many higher education & social media conferences around the United States, including The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), EduWeb Digital Summit, and Social Media Strategies Summit. He is President of the Board of Trustees at Portsmouth Community Radio where he’s helped with fundraising, marketing, and station remodeling.

Boucher is also a member of the Portsmouth Futures advisory board, which provides mentoring, encouragement, and financial assistance to students who show the ability, desire and motivation to attend college, but lack resources.

Boucher began his education at The University of New Hampshire where he was both music director and sports director at WUNH Radio. He received a B.A. in History from Franklin Pierce University in Fall 2004. Boucher also received an Advanced Social Media Strategy Certificate from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communication in 2014 and expects his M.B.A. from The University of New Hampshire in 2020. 

Boucher is host of Nocturnal, a weekly radio program on WSCA and he’s a collector of CDs & vinyl records. Besides Portsmouth, his favorite places to visit are Montreal, London, New York City, and Portland, Maine.