Total Image Empowerment (T.I.E.) is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the development of young and adult men into strong, professional individuals by providing lifestyle education, professional attire, and a network of mentoring support that will provide them with the tools to succeed in work and life.
Jason Singleton is the founder and chief executive officer of Total Image Empowerment. He is recognized both locally and nationally for his expertise in educating young men in the effort to create a healthier and more respectful man.
Singleton also serves as the Associate Director of Compliance for The Ohio State University Athletic Department. Singleton is a native of Detroit and in 2000 graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor's of Science in Communication. He served as captain of the Buckeye's basketball team during his senior year. That year, he helped guide Ohio State to the NCAA Final Four. Jason also played professional basketball for three years in various leagues including overseas in Australia. After his professional career, he returned to school and earned a Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration from Central Michigan University.
Prior to joining the OSU athletic department, Singleton worked for two years with the NCAA as an assistant director of enforcement with the basketball focus group. He had previously worked within the NCAA and iHoops for three years as an assistant director for the NCAA First Team Program, a national mentoring program for elite high school basketball players.
Before his move to the NCAA, Jason worked as an Anti-Money Laundering Specialist with Comerica Bank in Detroit. He also spent three years with City Year Detroit as a Program Manager and two years as a teacher and basketball coach in the Detroit Public Schools. He and his wife, Candice, have a son, Jason Frank Singleton and a daughter, Kyndal Raquel Singleton.