Jonathan is the co-founder & CEO of RadPad, a mobile rental marketplace that is changing how Millennials rent apartments.
He attended Purdue University and studied computer graphics technology where he became obsessively focused on interface design. During his senior year, he developed an RFID software system for the Department of Homeland Security, which was used in combat operation centers.
Following graduation Jonathan moved to Los Angeles to work as a product manager at MySpace. After MySpace he joined eHarmony to lead the company in a redesign of their desktop experience, which hadn’t undergone a major update in five years.
Jonathan founded RadPad in early 2013 after a very poor experience looking for his own apartment. He regularly appears on FOX & CNBC to discuss local and national rental trends and in the Fall 2014 was named to SoCalTech's Top 50 to watch list.
B.S., Computer Graphics Technology2005
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