Jack Long Named to Pomona College Board of Trustees
Jack Long P’13, ’15, chairman and co-founder of SchoolAdmin, LLC, has been named to Pomona College’s Board of Trustees.
Long’s SchoolAdmin produces web-based administrative systems for K-12 independent and charter schools—more than 130 in all. Long is past chairman and co-founder of PeopleAdmin, Inc. and Lone Star Overnight, L.P., both recognized in Inc. magazine’s Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing privately-held businesses. In 1994, he was named an Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young.
In 2003, Long became part of the founding faculty of the Acton School of Business, where he currently teaches. Prior to that he was an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business MBA program.
Long serves on the board of directors of Blue Avocado Company and Greenling, Inc. His nonprofit work includes serving on the boards of the Texas chapter of The Nature Conservancy, the Pilatus Owners and Pilots Association and the Board of Visitors of Vanderbilt University’s Owen School of Business. He is a past trustee and finance chair of St. Stephen’s Episcopal School. Long and his wife Carolyn have chaired the Pomona College Parent’s Council for the last three years.
Currently pursuing a bachelor’s of science in astronomy at the University of Texas at Austin, Long earned his undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of Richmond and a MBA from Vanderbilt University.
Long and his wife make their home in Austin, TX. He is the father of Adam Jackson Long ’13 and Carlen Elizabeth Long ’15.
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