B.A., Northeastern University
Jon’s first job, when he was 16, was compiling high school sports box scores and stories at the Hartford Courant.
While in Geneva, Jon lived in an apartment that was the birthplace of philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau — whom Jon had never heard of.
On fall and spring weekends, Jon can be found coaching his daughters’ soccer teams.
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