|Purdue University, Bachelor of Science||2005|
|Computer Graphics Technology|
Jonathan is an entrepreneur.
He’s the Founder and CEO of RadPad, a iPhone experience that is revolutionizing the rental market.
He’s a builder. Jonathan started building tree houses when he was twelve, opened a successful lawn business at sixteen and built his first web application at seventeen.
In college, he developed an RFID hardware system for the Department of Homeland Security (before RFID was cool). For his work, he won the coveted senior design award from Purdue’s College of Technology and a grant from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
After graduation, Jonathan moved to Los Angeles, CA to become a product manager at MySpace where he worked directly with founder Tom Anderson.
Jonathan became Tom’s ‘go-to’ guy for innovation on MySpace’s most critical verticals, including the homepage and profile because of his ability to create highly engaging but simplified features.
He left MySpace in early 2008 to build a startup for high school athletes called FirstString.
Following FirstString, he was recruited by eHarmony where he helped to lead a complete site redesign.
In early 2012, he launched The Little Black Book, which he and a friend developed for iPhone in just five weeks.
They put out an Infographic illustrating the sexual behaviors of the apps users.