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Las Lomitas Elementary School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Jason Morimoto

Finance Executive / Parent
3,579 votes (39.92%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Fiscal oversight of our school budget and capital projects
  • Promoting equity in education so that each and every child in our school district is given both the opportunity and the personal support needed to excel
  • Prioritizing the safety of our students, teachers and administration during COVID-19



University of California, Berkeley BS in Business Administration, Highest Honors (2002)


Jason Morimoto is a finance executive and a parent of two children attending Las Lomitas Elementary School District.  He has a long track record of serving in leadership roles for education-related organizations as well as volunteering in his local community. 

Jason is a strong advocate for both K-12 and higher education. His board experience includes the University of California Board of Regents as well as serving as President of the Cal Alumni Association at UC Berkeley. In his local community, Jason is an AYSO soccer coach, an Alpine Little League coach and serves on the Las Lomitas PTA Board as Treasurer.

Jason has held executive positions at both hyper growth and large cap technology companies in addition to investment banking.  He is currently Head of Product FP&A at ServiceNow. Most recently, he worked in Corporate FP&A at HP Inc. and was previously HP's Head of Mobility Business Development.

Prior to HP, Jason served as an investment banker in Citigroup's Global Technology Investment Banking group.  He has also worked in Citigroup's Mergers and Acquisitions and Latin America groups in addition to the Global Capital Markets group at Morgan Stanley.

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Congressman Michael Honda
  • Assemblymember Marc Berman
  • Senator Jerry Hill

Organizations (1)

  • San Mateo County Democratic Party

Elected Officials (1)

  • California State Controller Betty Yee

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Jason will bring financial oversight to the school district's budget, one of the core responsibilites of a School Board.  He has experience in both budget planning as part of his day job as well as overseeing budgets as a Board member.    

Jason believes in spending time in the community to directly hear and solicit comments.  As a School Board member, he plans to hold regular coffee chats with the community.     

He is also focused on promoting diversity, equity and inclusion. During his time as Board President for the California Alumni Association (CAA), many new scholarships, alumni groups, and campus partnerships were established to support these initiatives.  Jason also served on the Basic Needs subcommittee for the University of California, Board of Regents.   


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