Jonathan Wright is a recent graduate of Thomas More College. Additionally, he is a networker, event planner, and budding scholar. In high school, he received multiple national commendations for excellence as a scholar-athlete, and received honors for distinction in political and pre-law courses and competitions.
Following his entry into the Catholic Church, Jonathan found a calling in education through which he hopes to embody the cultural devotion to wisdom promoted by Thomas More College. During his undergraduate career, he founded, refounded, and led various student organizations, such as the Saint John Chrysostom Debate Club, the Saint Teresa Charitable Works Club, and the Milk Street Society. He also served for four years on the College’s Social Council. As an undergraduate, he obtained various humanities and political studies fellowships and regularly presented research at conferences. All this reinforced for him the conviction found in the College’s teaching that the truly wise person must be united with the person of Christ in service to others.
In pursuit of this ideal of wisdom and service, Jonathan accepted the Resident Director position upon graduation. He hopes to devote himself to the safety and flourishing of every individual at Thomas More College.
Jonathan is also active in his studies, having been accepted into a graduate program. He still regularly presents at conferences, has begun to publish popular articles, and is under review for his academic writing. Initial pieces can be found online on the Albertus Magnus Institute blog and in Antigone.