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Jonathon Scott Feit


Jonathon S. Feit, M.A., is completing his MBA studies at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business. In 2003 he co-founded the Feit Family Ventures Corporation, an entrepreneurial small business that comprises a media consultancy and a biomedical innovation house. He holds a Combined B.A./M.A. in Psychology, Religion, and Conflict Negotiations from Boston University, and has studied at the MIT-Sloan School of Management and the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law. A prolific journalist, Jonathon remains the youngest member of the American Society of Magazine Editors, a member of the National Press Club, and from 2005-2006 was the youngest Faculty appointee in Boston University's College of Communication. He is a Student Member of the Society for Neuroscience, and advocates for marriage equality and the rights of the disabled.

Jonathon Scott Feit

Articles by Jonathon Scott Feit


  • Contemplating Globalization
    "As our 3D planet becomes a 2D circle, MBAs will have a unique ability to leverage their skills across the globe"
  • The Business of Government
    As an MBA intern in the White House Office of Management & Budget, I was charged with helping to "make government cool again"
  • Giving Government a Chance
    A public service internship can carry hidden advantages—in training, development of acquired skills, and rÉsumÉ cachet
  • Year One: A Work in Progress
    "Business school has forced me to defend the proof (or prosecute the lack thereof) beneath business assumptions."