Jon Reese is a 1986 graduate of West Babylon High School where he was involved in many school activities. Jon was an outstanding athlete and was named team MVP in lacrosse, football and basketball. He was named to Newsday‟s All Long Island Football Team and a two time All State Selection. In basketball, he received All Conference Honors. In lacrosse, he was the winner of The Ray Enners Award (voted by Suffolk coaches as the most outstanding player), The Adelphi University Award (County player with the highest academic average), Captained and led the Empire State Lax team to a Championship, and a First Team All American. Jon attended Yale University where he continued to play both football and lacrosse. In football, he was a three year starter and he was elected captain and MVP on a team that won the Ivy League Championship in 1989. In lacrosse, he was a two time MVP and three time All American. In 1990, he was named NCAA Division I Midfielder of the Year and season leading goal scorer (82 goals) in the country and his record still stands. After graduating with a degree in psychology, Jon worked on Wall Street for 12 years at Lehman Brothers HSBC. Following the events of September 11th, he decided to spend more time at home with his family and giving back to his residence community and West Babylon. Jon spends time mentoring young people on their college and employment careers and is deeply involved with benevolent ventures.