Jonathan received recognition from US Congressman Frank Pallone for graduating in the top 6% of his class.
NJ State Senate Commendation
The New Jersey Senate and General Assembly recognized Jonathan for graduating high school with high honors.
Oxford University Study Abroad
Jonathan spent the summer of 2007 abroad with an NYU Political Studies program hosted in England at the University of Oxford
NJ TRANSIT Publication
Jonathan received recognition for the design and implementation of a marketing program aimed it increasing sales to college students.
NJ TRANSIT again recognized Jonathan for his work in expanding the reach of the NJ TRANSIT brand.
Executive Director's Report
In a report to NJ TRANSIT's Board of Directors, Executive Director Richard Sarles commended Jonathan for his innovative strategy to court new riders to the system, ad raise brand awareness and revenue for the transit agency.
Work with Corey Booker
The Star Ledger chronicles Jonathan's work with Newark Mayor Corey Booker in mentoring disadvantaged inner city youth.
The New York Times piece
October 19, 2005 - The New York Times details Corey Booker's promise to change Newark, mentioning Jonathan as part of the mayor's community education plan.
The New York Times
Jonathan again is referenced in a New York Times article about working with Newark Mayor Corey Booker to improve opportunities for Newark adolescents.
New York Times picture
A color picture of the photo that accompanied the New York Times article on Corey Booker and Jonathan.
Jonathan with Mayor (Now a United States Senator) Corey Booker, circa 2007.
UCLA Graduate Quarterly
Jonathan was listed in the UCLA publication for being named a 2008 Graduate Opportunity Fellow.
UCLA Graduate Opportunity Fellow
The one-year merit-based fellowship provides recipients with a $18,000 stipend plus tuition to pursue their professional master's degree.
Jonathan was interviewed on the Daily Bruin about the economic factors that threaten students in the face of rising tuition costs.
Target picks up "Get By"
Target announced that they would become a verified seller of Jonathan's 2005 book, "Get By: A Survival Guide..."
Amazon becomes book distributor
Amazon.com announced that they would become a verified seller of Jonathan's 2005 book, "Get By: A Survival Guide..."
Apple/iTunes deal struck
Jonathan struck a deal with Apple to feature his 2005 book, "Get By: A Survival Guide..." in their product market.
On April 13, 2009, Jonathan made history by becoming the youngest federally-licensed broker to trade commodity futures on the Chicago Mercantile exchange.
Director of Marketing/I.R.
CNBC article about LIGATT Security naming Jonathan as the interim Director of Marketing & Investor Relations.
American Economic Association
Inducted in 2012, Jonathan became an official member of the American Economics Association.
On July 4, 2012, Jonathan announced intentions to "change the way we do government" by running for a seat on Atlanta's city council.
City Council Run
Jonathan became an official candidate in the 2013 election for Atlanta City Council, running on a platform of direct democracy.
After withdrawing early from the race to back the incumbent, Jonathan still received 2.5% of the vote; 103 supports showed up to the polls to elect Jonathan as their Councilman.
Jonathan remains a consistent supporter of consumer rights, and taxpayer control over legislative decision-making.
Aided by the trusty Cessna 525, Jonathan is able to deliver results in all 50 US states, and 15 countries internationally.
Jonathan W. Jones
Living by the credo, "if it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you," Jonathan remains ready for life's next challenge.
Jonathan W. Jones: moving at the speed of business