Jonah is an Associate in the Bank Applications Function of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and is currently on a six month secondment at the Board of Governors in Washington, DC. He analyzes the statutory, managerial and financial factors of expansionary proposals submitted by domestic and foreign financial firms. Jonah has also served as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s LGBT affinity group from January '10 to December '12.
Jonah also serves as a director of the Point Foundation, the nation's largest LGBT scholarship fund. He was appointed to Point's board of directors in July '13 after serving as a trustee from January '10 to June '13. During his service as a trustee, Jonah was chair of Point's NY regional board of trustees from April '11 to June '13 and was president of the board of trustees, overseeing Point's East Coast trustee boards, from July '12 to June '13. Jonah has also served on Point's Scholar Selections sub-committee since June '10.
Jonah received two B.S. degrees in finance and economics in May ‘08 from the University of Nevada Las Vegas (cum laude) and an Advanced Certificate in investment banking and research analysis in September ‘11 from New York University. At UNLV, Jonah served as a student ambassador for the Office of the President representing the Lee Business School. He also served as president of UNLV’s Financial Management Association where his responsibility was to facilitate relationships between students and finance professionals in the community.