About the Author

Jonathan M. Lamb is a Millennial Entrepreneur, Economist, Consultant, and Visionary Leader who resides in his hometown of Muncie, Indiana with his wife and two boys. A graduate of the Miller College of Business at Ball State University in Muncie Indiana, Lamb holds bachelor degrees in Economics, Risk Management, and Insurance, and was a hurdler on the BSU track team. He is part of the first wave of Millennials to join the work force, and is a Masters and Ph.D. in Economics scholar who has gone on to become a commodity trader and entrepreneur. Lamb spent 8 years on a trading floor as a spot electricity trader where he oversaw multi-billion asset portfolio. He has since started seven small businesses, and earned an MBA from North Carolina State University where he was a McLauchlan Leadership Fellow.

Besides managing a multi-billion trading portfolio, Lamb has worked as a business developer for a commodity hedge fund, and as a business owner he has managed a work force of over 60 employees in his experiences owning a construction company, a childcare franchise, a plumbing company, a wholesale distribution company, a textile company, and currently an economic consulting firm. He is the founder and owner of OptoeV, INC, an agriculture and energy technology company in Muncie, Indiana. With simple, common sense economic principals, Lamb is active in holding the government accountable for fiscal policy and laws that impact not only individuals, but also business, towns, cities, and all Americans, raising the topic that in our every expanding global economy, economics reaches every corner of the world.

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