Jonathan Pratt is a guy who maintains a vast wardrobe of hats he regularly wears. During a decade in a small village in central Taiwan, he oversaw several electronic design projects bringing new physical products to market, operated as a cultural liaison and events coordinator for the National Taiwan Crafts Research Institute, and designed novel English curricula while managing a private school through an ownership change. Just before leaving the Taiwanese community, Jonathan operated a free summer cram-school program serving underprivileged students in the area. Since returning to the United States, Jonathan has driven projects including computerizing a commercial roofing estimation system, advertising and data visualization for real estate agents, and a pilot program to teach basic Python programming skills to a group of girl scouts. He is nearing release of a book which will help people trust themselves and engage their surrounding systems more effectively.