Get To Know Jonathan Kassa
While serving as president of a community association navigating the contentious development of the Route 202 Bypass, and as the executive director of a national organization facilitating significant bipartisan federal legislation, Jonathan learned that, when building consensus, common sense is not political.
For the past decade, Jonathan has led national initiatives to increase openness and accountability for campus community safety, justice and victim support. He currently serves as a national Director at North America’s largest security service provider. Jonathan was entered as a “valuable leader in campus safety” in the 2008 (HR) Congressional Record and has been directly responsible for tens of millions of dollars of public funds and the delivery of high-quality services and measurable results.
Prior to working in higher education, Jonathan was a senior executive who developed and directed juvenile justice, social service and education programs at a multi-state nonprofit organization. In 2004, he was honored with the Dare To Soar Award by a county organization for his “dedication and vision” toward improving the lives of youth and families in Maryland.
Jonathan and his wife, Cathy, have been married 20 years and are proud residents of Montgomery Township since 2001. They have two children in the North Penn School District. Jonathan serves as a board member for the Network of Victim Assistance Bucks County. He graduated from Penn State with an undergraduate degree in History and earned a Masters in Public Administration from Villanova University where he is an adjunct instructor and MPA Department Advisory Board member.