Jon founded ESG MediaMetrics, an alliance of strategic partners, to address an unfilled frustration voiced by corporations, business groups and civil society organizations: how
to manage the complex nexus of media, public policy and sustainable management.
Jon is the founder of the Genetic Literacy Project and a Senior Fellow at the Statistical Assessment Service (STATS) at George Mason University. He is also a columnist for
the British-based international magazine Ethical Corporation and a frequent writer for publications around the world, from The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post,
Forbes and Business Week to The Times of London, The Australian Financial Review and
the Toronto Globe R.O.B. (Report on Business). He is also author and editor of seven
books and has appeared as a guest commentator on hundreds off TV and radio shows, on every major US news network, and on many international programs, and has been profiled on ABC News 20/20. Jon has been a scholar since 2003 at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C., where he writes on science and society.
Before launching his consulting and writing career, Jon spent 19 years as a network news producer, winning 20 awards, including Emmys for specials on the reform movements in China and the Soviet Union. He has produced news magazine programs at ABC News and CBS News, an entertainment special for NBC, and was Tom Brokaw's long-time producer
at NBC News, where he was also the executive in charge of documentaries. Jon has served as a lecturer at various universities, including Columbia University, the University of Michigan, Arizona State University, NYU and most recently Miami (Ohio), where he was scholar-in-residence. Jon graduated from Trinity College (Hartford) in 1974 with a degree
in philosophy and earned a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship in Journalism
at the University of Michigan in 1981-1982.
Jon's homesite: www.jonentine.com