About Jonathan

A Republican candidate for Allegany County Commissioner. A lifelong resident of Allegany County who grew up in Westernport, MD, and currently resides in Cumberland, MD with his wife Addison. Jonathan started his public service as a volunteer Firefighter/EMT and currently works in Healthcare. Jonathan furthered his public service in 2015 when he was appointed by the Maryland Speaker of the House to the Maryland Youth Advisory Council and served in various leadership positions.

Jonathan is a passionate resident who will put Allegany County residents first.

Jonathan is a graduate of Mountain Ridge High School, holds an associate’s degree in Fire Science, Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, and a Master’s Degree in Management and Leadership, currently pursuing a doctoral degree in public health.

Active Appointed Positions

  • Member, Maryland Governor’s Emergency Management Advisory Council , appointed by the Governor Larry Hogan Jr. Term Expires 2022, “The Governor’s Emergency Management Advisory Council (GEMAC) is created by statute and is charged with advising the Governor on all matters that relate to emergency management in Maryland. The GEMAC serves as an independent advisory body, comprised of subject matter experts from a wide range of disciplines, backgrounds, and geographic areas including local emergency responders and individuals broadly representative of business interests, public utilities, and other communities throughout Maryland.” | Member Legislative Affairs Sub-Committee
  • Member, Maryland State Advisory Council on Health and Wellness, appointed by Secretary Robert Neall Term Expires 2024, ​ “In October 2017, the State Advisory Council on Health and Wellness was created (Chapter 40, Acts of 2017).  The Maryland Health and Wellness Council serves as the Advisory Committee to Maryland’s Preventive Health and Health Services (PHHS) Block Grant. | Member Heart Disease and Stroke Committee
  • Member, Health Equity Resource Community Advisory Committee, appointed by President Bill Ferguson Maryland Senate Term Expires 2025,  “In July 2021, the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission established the Health Equity Resource Community Advisory Committee (Chapter 741, Acts of 2021)”

*Affiliation does NOT equal endorsement