Voters Guide: Jonathan Sessions

Candidate for Columbia Board of Education, 1-year term
Thursday, March 25, 2010 | 7:34 p.m. CDT; updated 6:32 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Jonathan Sessions, 27, owns a technology consulting company, Tech 2, which is going into its seventh year of business. He serves as a board member on several education committees, some of which are part of the Chamber of Commerce or the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan.

As a product of Columbia Public Schools and through his student teaching, Sessions believes he understands today’s kids well and would be able to represent them well as a board member.
He would like to see more appropriate technological education in the schools and is in support of the bond issue, mainly for improving facilities and moving ninth grade into the high school.

More information:

Jonathan Sessions

ADDRESS: 209 Melbourne St.

PERSONAL: Age 27. He is single.

OCCUPATION: Owner of Tech 2 Consulting, a local technology consulting company in its seventh year of operation.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in music and elementary education from MU.

BACKGROUND: Enjoys music, technology and local events. He is a member of the Chamber of Commerce Early Childhood Education Committee, the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan's Student Performance Committee and the Comprehensive Plan Task Force.

ON THE WEB: His campaign Web site is, and his personal Web site is You can follow him on Twitter.

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