Jonathan graduated from University of Louisiana- Monroe with an undergraduate degree in Government before attending the Law School and earning his Juris Doctorate. During Law school, Jonathan was awarded the Frank Demarus Legal Scholarship, an award given annually to one Law School student in recognition of their civic and voluntary efforts. In addition, Jonathan was the President of the Federal Bar Association and the Coordinator for the Law School’s Habitat for Humanity projects.
Jonathan is passionate about protecting Wake County’s natural landscape and cultural heritage. “I want to conserve Wake County’s natural beauty and breathtaking landscape. Whether it’s running/walking in the greenways, fishing, canoeing, and swimming in our various waterways, or just enjoying the incredible food grown by our own farmers, Wake County has so much to offer. I feel that serving as a Soil and Water Supervisor is a good way for me to help preserve these wonderful treasures.”
Jonathan has a decade of experience in the private sector working in multiple industries and will ensure that your tax dollars are spent efficiently and effectively. Having been accountable for tying financial allocations to results, Jonathan will ensure taxpayers’ investments in the Soil and Water Conservation District are targeted to ensure the greatest results for Wake County Citizens.
Jonathan and his wife, Ann-Marie, a native of Sampson County, are parishioners of Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church and live in Raleigh with their cat, Treme’.