Jonathan Trower has been in Royal Rangers since 1969; nine of those years as a boy and the remainder as a leader. While a boy, he earned his Gold Medal of Achievement. Prior to his appointment as the regional coordinator, he served in various positions in Royal Rangers: regional training coordinator, district training coordinator, divisional commander, sectional commander, and sectional training coordinator. He also currently serves as the district director for the North Texas District. He has also been an active leader in his local church, and was involved with an urban Rangers group in Waco, Texas where he resides with his wife Debbie (an ordained A/G minister who has been involved with Missionettes and Youth over the years). Jonathan and Debbie have three children: David, Christopher and Marie. Both sons have received their GMA during their years in Royal Rangers, and his daughter completed the Missionettes Gold Medal. Christopher was named the 2005-06 National Ranger of the Year for our region. Jonathan has been active in Royal Rangers in three districts: Southern Missouri, Minnesota, and North Texas.
Finally, in his spare time, Jonathan is an associate professor of information systems at Baylor University and coordinator of graduate programs for his department.