Jonathan Johnson

Preferred Agent

Jonathan Johnson has been the driving force behind the Health Plans for Jewelers movement.  Without his help and expertise, we would not have been able to pull together this incredible plan offering.
Jonathan Johnson

Jonathan Johnson has been the driving force behind the Health Plans for Jewelers movement.  Without his help and expertise, we would not have been able to pull together this incredible plan offering.
Jonathan grew up in Louisiana, and attended LSU.  From 1995 to 2003, Jonathan owned a small transportation business that specialized in services for law firms, in-home infusion pharmaceutical services and several large, regional retailers. In 2003 Jonathan joined INJOY/Maximum Impact, Atlanta, as a consultant and account manager. During that time, Jonathan coordinated nationally simulcast leadership events with private companies and recruited internationally renowned Universities to partner their business schools with several leadership events produced by Maximum Impact.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Jonathan returned to south Louisiana, earned his Life and Health and Property and Casualty insurance licenses in 2007 and was hired by BlueCross BlueShield of Louisiana as a Preferred Agent in the Individual, Small Group and Senior markets in the New Orleans metro-area. He was the top producer in the state for Blue Cross in 2008-2010 and again in 2012 and was appointed to the Preferred Agents Advisory Council in 2010. Jonathan joined Lowry-Dunham, Case and Vivien in early 2017 as a Benefits Advisor offering competitive employee health and benefits strategies, packages and pricing models for companies, organizations and municipalities of all sizes.
Jonathan is a graduate of Leadership Northshore’s Class of 2009 and a past committee member on the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce’s Education Committee. In his spare time, Jonathan serves as the Chairman of the Board of Zoning Adjustment for the City of Slidell, President of the Slidell High School PTA and President of the Olde Towne Slidell Residents Association.
Jonathan and his wife Jenny have 3 children: Jordan, Emma and Carson.