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Jonathan Younger is a Vice President in Ketchum’s Purpose practice, where he leads client programs in social impact, sustainability, corporate social responsibility and brand cause marketing. Over the last 10 years, he has counseled companies and NGOs across a wide range of industries and social and environmental issues.

Deep in the Heart of Texas: Lessons in Connecting to Communities from a Transplant New Yorker

by Jonathan Younger | August 2, 2018

In February I moved from New York City to Dallas, Texas – trading in my winter coat and gloves for a cowboy hat and boots. After living 14 years on both coasts, I was moving “home” in a sense – back to the South – to the land of sweet tea, steaming summers and generous […]

Weighing in on World Water Day

by Jonathan Younger | March 21, 2017

Tomorrow is World Water Day: a palatable call-to-action to protect Earth’s most precious resource. Think about how many times today you have turned on a faucet for water – for taking a shower, brushing your teeth, cooking your food, making a cup of tea or re-hydrating after a workout. It’s so fundamental to our well-being […]

Working the Social Web for Social Good

by Jonathan Younger | October 19, 2015

Imagine if there was a 15-year-old time capsule opened at the United Nations during their announcement of the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a few weeks ago. The capsule, commemorating the charter of the SDG’s predecessor, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), would be filled with relics of yesteryear—a disposable camera, WordArt, an N’ Synch album—an […]