There are a lot of experiences that can build us up or break us down. Realizing your self in relation to the world, who you are and who you are not, who you think you need to be for others versus who you need to be for yourself, is the achievement of self-acceptance, self-validation, and self-awareness. Balancing that achievement with the truth that other’s perception of you holds no sway on your potential, your story, and your truth, can change your reality for your benefit.
After enlisting in the Marine Corps, Jonathan spent the next six and a half years serving our great nation. In Pakistan, Jonathan was elected as the Vice-Chairman of a USEA (United States Employee Association) in which he Managed the benefits and welfare of 400+ local employees of the United States Embassy and Consulates of Pakistan.
He was charged with ensuring the successful operation of food services, recreation facilities, employee services, and administration of any funds acquired by the association, total over $2 million. This was all by the age of 25. Jonathan has held many job positions as he believes great leaders are first great followers, from public affairs work-study to skydiving instructor. Ross has been recognized on many different platforms. One includes speeches given at city hall on how he views young black men in Portland and the framework society portrays.
An Ambitious man, he has always believed himself to be Jonathan (Ross) grew up in Portland, Oregon, and is currently finishing up his B.A in Communications and Design Management. At PSU in hopes of Continuing to Serve Veterans as they have served him in the past and others who struggle in realizing their potential.
Our conversation will be taking place...
Location: via Zoom
A private link to be shared out to registrants with the log in details.
Date: Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020
Time: at 10:00 am
Currently, the event is scheduled for 45 minutes but be sure to plan for 1 hour of time.
Section 1: Our Own Personal Story
Section 2: Self Perception and People’s Perception
Section 3: Creative Morality
Section 4: Power of Conscious Ventures
Frequently Ask Questions for This Event
1. Why only 35 people?
A: As this is our first virtual event, we want to make sure we can host and manage a reasonably sized online event before adding more and more registrants. Thirty-five has been the typical average number of attendees following our previous in-person events, so it seemed like a realistic number to start with. We intend to open the registration for future online events to more folks in the future!
2. Will a recording of this be available to YNPN Portlanders?
A: It is our intention to record this event and offer it online to our members. However, as YNPN Portland respects the individual intellectual rights of our speakers, the final say and availability of a recording will be up to the speaker themselves.
3. Is YNPN Portland planning other events like this in the future?
A: Yes, we are. While this will be our first foray into the virtual meeting and online programming sector, we hope it will not be our last. We have a few ideas that were based on results from our 2020 Membership Survey. and always looking for more ideas. If you or someone you know would be interested in co-hosting or hosting an online event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.