Pop Quiz with Jason Jones, Guilford County, NC

#ELGLPopUps land in Charlotte, Dallas, Portland, and Kansas City on September 22. Each event has a school theme which you’ll notice in the agendas. Staying with that theme, we introduce you to those who will be attending a Pop Up event.

You can register for one of the events here.


Name: Jason Jones

Job Title: Senior Budget & Management Analyst

Organization: Guilford County, NC

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Rank the Pop Up cities (Charlotte, Dallas, Kansas City, Portland).

  1. Charlotte
  2. Kansas City
  3. Dallas
  4. Portland (last because home field advantage – #SorryNotSorry)

(True or False) I received the perfect attendance award at least once.

TRUE

In high school, what job(s) were you most interested in?

I wanted to be an attorney, but I was voted most humorous so I knew this dream was doomed to failure

What three words are the most difficult for you to spell?

  • Entrepreneur
  • Connecticut
  • Received

(Yes or No) Email was a major part of my high school years.

Nope

(True or False) I attended at least one school where the mascot was either a bulldog or wildcat.

FALSE – dolphin, eagle, patriot, mustang and wolf

List the top four schools of your educational career.

  • North Carolina State University
  • East Rowan High School
  • Johns Hopkins (certificate)
  • UNC Chapel Hill (certificates)

(Complete the sentence) Instead of doing homework, I would sometimes….

Watch Wishbone on PBS witch is basically the same thing as doing homework

What songs would be on your high school mix tape?

  • The Way You Move – Outkast
  • Heaven – Los Lonely Boys
  • Bring Me To Life – Evanescence
  • One Thing – Finger Eleven
  • I Go Back – Kenny Chesney

As a disclaimer, this is incredibly difficult because I listen to EVERYTHING. I’m just throwing random songs on here because I have no clue where to even start.

What question(s) should we have asked?

Q: What was your favorite high school lunch offering?

A: S’mores bar made with Golden Grahams


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