Jonathan is a serial social entrepreneur, who founded and co-founded four tech startups in Silicon Valley and Manhattan.
Originally from Indonesia, he has lived and worked in the United States for over two decades before returning to Southeast Asia. Jonathan now works for NUS (National University of Singapore) Enterprise, as Executive Director.
His publications include a case study on entrepreneurship in rural India for Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a book about government and innovation with Esko Aho, former Prime Minister of Finland.
Jonathan earned his degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Jonathan is a recipient of Stanford GSB’s Miller Social Change Leadership Award and was named Harvard Law School’s Digital Problem Solving Initiative Fellow.
Jonathan has been mentoring young people and aspiring social entrepreneurs in Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Nepal, South Korea, and Rwanda.