About James L. Jones III
As CEO of JGI International, Jimmy Jones manages and leads his team to successfully provide high end technology solutions and insight to the companies and clients he advises. He has a proven track record and over 25 years of experience in unique approaches to strategic communications, cyber and virtualization technologies in both private and public organizations.
Jones also serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Dynology Corporation, where he has successfully established Dynology Corporation among the region’s premier IT firms. He has overseen more than $500M of highly successful IT efforts within and has provided these types of services to many organizations within the commercial sector, DoD and other Federal Agencies.
His professional career began in the office of Senator John McCain where he worked with staff in support of the Senator’s efforts to continuously provide for and support the Armed Services. Upon leaving Capitol Hill, Jones embarked on his career as a consultant working in management, analytical and technical capacities. It was at the same time that Mr. Jones also became passionately involved with many charitable organizations and worked tirelessly to support the efforts of many worthy causes. Mr. Jones looked to Dynology Corporation as a way to not only continue serving the men and women in uniform but to also continue his pursuits within charitable organizations. Mr. Jones recently served as Chairman of the 2011 Fight Night on behalf of Fight For Children, an organization dedicated to helping underprivileged children by providing access to healthcare and educational programs that are so critical. Mr. Jones is a longtime member of the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation (MCLEF), has worked with the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) eventually working for the organization to enhance their web presence, and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) organization in helping to raise awareness and funds for the survivor families that carry on the legacies of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
A native of the D.C. area, he grew up in Northern Virginia and graduated from Virginia Tech.