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About Jonathan

Jonathan Ford is a 2006 graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a degree in Computer Information Systems. He grew up in the New Orleans suburb of Mandeville.

Raised in a Christian home, his faith has always been important to him and he was baptized as a child. Although his faith has always been a part of his life, it did not always mean what it does today. During a high school youth event, a guest speaker used the phrase “love God and love people.” At the time, Jonathan did not realize how much those words stuck with him but it was evident by his uncanny ability to carry on a conversation with anyone from any walk of life. He attributes that to loving God and loving those around him, and meeting those people where they are.

An avid sports fan, he grew up a fan of the New Orleans Saints and supported them even when fans wore bags on their heads out of shame. During college at Louisiana Tech, he was a vocal supporter of the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. In 2008, a friend of his, Jason Jones, approached him about starting a Louisiana Tech sports website focusing on football recruiting. Jonathan developed the brand name BleedTechBlue and BleedTechBlue.com was born alongside BleedTechBlue Radio, a live weekly radio show and podcast. Through this experience, a passion for communicating with people from written word to spoken word has developed and Jonathan has amassed a large following on social media, bringing another medium for communication.

On July 26, 2014, Jonathan married the love of his life, the former Allison Ransom. Allison is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Architecture - check out her work at AllisonFord.co.

In 2017, Jonathan and Allison moved to Nashville, Tn. with their pets, Shrimp (cat) and Brody (dog). Jonathan went to work for Concept Technology as a Solutions Engineer where he was the lead technologist for around 40 small and medium businesses.

After working for Concept Technology for a couple of years, Jonathan went to work for Compassus, a private hospice, home health and palliative care business with approximately 200 locations around the country. Jonathan is the technology lead for M&A for the Private Equity backed Compassus.

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