|Areas of Interest||Civil Liberties
Tech & Innovation
Criminal Justice Reform
After graduating from W&M in 2016, Jonathan took a summer internship with the Daily Caller News Foundation where he penned pieces related to politics, healthcare, and gun rights. Since then he has begun work at the R Street Institute as a Tech Policy Intern, contributing research for policy papers on the sharing economy, intellectual property, cybersecurity, and criminal justice reform. Jonathan aspires to be a contributor for National Review.