Jonathan is a trainee solicitor at Reed Smith, an international law firm with offices across the US, Europe and Asia.
Jonathan is a determined advocate for autistic representation in the workplace. As a trustee of national charity Ambitious about Autism, where he leads on employment, and an expert advisor to the Health and Work and Pensions secretaries, Jonathan has worked to increase employment opportunities for autistic people like himself. He also sits on Parliament's Westminster Autism Commission.
Jonathan co-founded the London Bisexual Network, the UK's first professional bi network which works with firms to tackle pressing issues such as the mental health and wellbeing of bi people. As Equality Improvement Champion for Mind, Jonathan launched "Stand Bi Me", a toolkit focused on bi mental health.
As someone who made it to King's College London, then Cambridge University, from his local comprehensive, Jonathan is also passionate about social mobility, and ensuring every person, whatever their background, can achieve their potential.
Jonathan has won numerous international awards for his advocacy, including Entrepreneur of the Year at the World Autism Awards 2017 and Campaigner of the Year at the European Diversity Awards 2016, and is a pan-Commonwealth Queen's Young Leader. He is also a member of the Law Society Equality Board, and featured on the OUTstanding Top 50 LGBT+ Future Leaders list 2017, published in the Financial Times