465: Twelve Minute Convos w/ Jonathan Schwartz

465: Twelve Minute Convos w/ Jonathan Schwartz

Jonathan Schwartz-

Hello, my name is Jonathan Schwartz I am currently working as a marketing analyst and aspire to help others bring their business to digital excellence.

My entire life I have been fascinated by politics, history and the complex world. My uncle lived in Buenos Aires and after visiting the summer before college I fell in love with Argentina and made that a central part of my studies. When I went to Rhodes College in Memphis, TN I become deeply interested in History & International Studies with a focus on the Americas. There I receive a fellowship to do primary research at the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library and wrote a subsequent paper. My interests expanding into politics after writing my Senior Thesis on Latin America election, which lead me to become more deeply involved in politics.

I recently completeld a Masters in Applied Politics form the University of Akron and the Bliss Institute of Applied Politics. This gave me a range of research, presentation and campaigning skills that are invaluable for a range of future pursuits. For some time I was involved with some local political campaigns, non profits, and a US Senate campaign.

I find a great deal of personal satisfaction through creative endeavors including podcasting with my associate Travis Rasor at http://www.DisassembledPodcast.com. In this podcast we bring adeconstructavist philosophical viewpoint to closely examine the cultural, economic and politic events of today.

At the moment we have refocused our podcasting efforts into a variety of new ventures, that will include a guide for world travelers, investment and sound production software.

Notable among them is InvitePages, a service to generate beautiful HTML 5 invitation and event pages at http://InvitePages.com/

You can follow me personally on twitter @ TheDataSherlock

My personal website is http://jdsmarketing.weebly.com/

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Credits:
Musical Background: ‘TAKE THE CHANCE’ by Nicolai Heidlas

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