Jonathan Kleinhenz

Jonathan Kleinhenz

Communication Projects

Objective

In my working career I’ve grown as an active problem seeker and solver.  Through my dedication to understand multiple perspectives I’ve become an effective leader athletically, academically, and professionally.  My passion is inspiring and motivating others to seek excellence and by doing so I keep myself dedicated to doing the same. 

Founding Fraternity President

During my time at Ashland I was the leader in bringing the Kappa Sigma fraternity to our campus.  After getting involved with the interest group of 5 other men I inspired and organized several men to join our efforts in order to create a positive change on Ashland's campus.  Within a year our fraternity grew to 32 members and received our charter (national recognition of our chapter) on Oct 26th 2013. I was responsible for the direction, discipline, finances, and representation of said members throughout my term from Dec 2012-Dec2013.  This included 5 committees, 17 chair positions, and 10's of thousands of dollars in accounts.

Accompishments:

-First "Grand Master" (president) of the Theta-Nu chapter

-Highest fraternal GPA the semester of formation (spring 2013), Awarded by Ashland Greek Life

-Scholarship/Leadership award recipient fall semester 2013, Awarded by Kappa Sigma National Office

Resume

Work History

Work History
Jul 2011 - Present

Field technical assistant

Environmental Solutions and Innovations

For the past three summers I've been working as a field tech for ESI.  During my employment with ESI I was charged with several responsibilities.  These included tactful communications with private land owners who's land we worked on.  Efficient analysis of animals during catch and release.  And transportation and care for company equipment to project sites.  Each of the several project leaders I've worked for expected these as a minimum. 

Accomplishments during job: 

-0% incident frequency

-0% uninformed service sites

-Capture and analysis of over 500 recorded mammals 

Jun 2009 - Aug 2011

Assistant-Head Coach

Wyoming Swim Club

Before working for ESI in the summer I worked for Wyoming Swim Club in Cincinnati Ohio.  After serving as the assistant coach in 2009 and again in 2010 I became the head coach in 2011.  As I led the team that season I coordinated the day to day swim lessons and the swim competitions with other swim clubs and organizations.  I managed the team along with 6 assistant coaches whom I coordinated during the season.  

Accomplishments:

-92% of athletes accomplished personal best performances

-Team victory at the league championship swim meet (team had not won for 7 years prior)

Education

Education