Born in Northampton, Massachusetts and raised in the nearby college town of Amherst, Jaimon went on to attend Haverford College, where he majored in political science and minored in Spanish and music. Jaimon played four years of varsity soccer at Haverford, sang in the a cappella group, the Humtones, and studied abroad in Havana, Cuba. After serving with Impact America, Jaimon hopes to work in business or public policy before applying to graduate school.

What is your proudest accomplishment?

I think my proudest accomplishment is winning back-to-back Centennial Conference championships to close out my college soccer career. Through my freshman and sophomore seasons my teammates and I worked as hard as we could to improve as a team, with the goal of eventually winning a championship. Finally lifting the trophy during my junior year was unforgettable, and doing it again the following season may have felt even better.

What do you like to do for fun?

I have always loved making music. As a kid I studied the violin and sang in the school choir, and more recently I been trying to play the piano and the guitar. Despite hailing from New England, I have a soft spot for country music and I really enjoy picking out some chords and singing along to my favorite country songs.