Jon currently oversees the Cardinal Quarter initiative. During his 20 years at the Haas Center, Jon has worked with many of the center’s programs and was involved in launching the Public Service Leadership Fellows, FISP database, Impact Abroad, ThanksGiving Back, Justice Corps, International Postgrad Fellowship, and Public Service Honor Society programs; he also advised Stanford's nationally recognized Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program for 15 years. At the 2008 commencement, Jon was recognized with the Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for distinctive contributions to undergraduate education.
Jon's value of and commitment to service learning has guided his career path and led him to the Haas Center. Prior to joining the Haas Center team, he directed a national fellowship program through the Congressional Hunger Center in Washington, DC. Prior to that experience, he worked for 10 years in student services at several colleges in Southern California. Combining service and travel is Jon's other passion, and he has had the opportunity to lead several service learning projects overseas and coordinate an international summer service program. Beyond his work and travel pursuits, Jon is an avid Stanford volleyball fan. Go Card!