"I help colleges and corporations improve productivity, emphasize camaraderie, resolve their own problems and challenge participants to exceed higher goals. While working to broaden solution options and reduce conflict on the job.”


Jonathan Jones is one of those rare people who can say he is a Thought Leader, speaker, and author and mean it.


His brand, Jonathan Jones Speaks, has attracted clients such as Baylor University, Camp John Marc, Concord Church, TEDxSMU, The University of Texas,Texas State, The House of Blues Dallas, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, and multiple other Universities. He currently serves on the board of directors of Camp Jubilee, a non-profit organization which host a Summer Camp for children with Sickle Cell Anemia every summer.

Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Jonathan Jones is the youngest of two boys. Always encouraged by his loving parents to reach for the stars, Jonathan attended Richland College and played for the men’s 2009 Junior College National Championship basketball team while earning an Associate Degree. Jonathan has always had the heart to serve others but especially wants to facilitate youth to pursue a better tomorrow.

In the pursuit of positivity, Jonathan founded the No Complain Campaign in 2014, which provides daily motivation and inspires others to be grateful. The platform bloomed from his sincere heart and love for youth. This encouraged him to write his #1 Amazon Bestselling book entitled Process to empower students and millennials to pursue their passions for entrepreneurship. Additionally Jonathan has spoken within various venues from college auditoriums to churches. From speaking at TEDxKids@SMU in conjunction with his message traveling from schools to college universities.

Expanding his ambition to help others maximize their God-given gifts, Jonathan earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Texas at Tyler.

Although Jonathan was not always as optimistic as he is these days, positivity is something he learned while working at less than ideal jobs and not always making the best decisions. Through these tough lessons, Jonathan was able to find his way, and now he influences and inspires youth and millennials everywhere!