Mr. Jack Guerrero
Jack is the son of hard-working Mexican immigrant parents -- farmworkers and later, factory workers who settled in Los Angeles. Jack was raised in a tough neighborhood in southeast Los Angeles County, surrounded by poverty, gangs, and decrepit public schools. As a young boy, Jack was determined to escape poverty, obtain a quality university education, and seek a better life for himself and his family. At the age of 15, Jack enrolled at university to supplement his high school education and went on to graduate from Stanford and Harvard University. Only in our country is Jack's story even possible.
Jack is a proud American patriot, forever grateful to this country for the educational opportunities conferred on him and dedicated to expanding similar opportunities for others. Jack serves on numerous Boards for public agencies and non-profit organizations and is active in scholarship and university recruitment efforts in underprivileged communities.
Mayor/ Council Member, City of Cudahy, CA (Los Angeles County) Vice President in the Corporate Treasury division of the U.S. subsidiary of large, global banking institution. Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
BA in Economics, Stanford University - where Mr. Guerrero's professors included Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former U.S. Secretary of State; Dr. Michael Boskin, former Chair of Economic Advisors for President George H.W. Bush; and Dr. John Cogan, former Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. Mr. Guerrero was also a regular political columnist with the Stanford Review newspaper, and a nationally ranked competitive debater with the American Parliamentary Debate Association (the same debating circuit that produced Ted Cruz, U.S. Senate Candidate from Texas).
MBA, Harvard University - where Mr. Guerrero's professors included Dr. Robert Merton, Nobel Laureate in Economics, and field study advisor Dr. Robert Kaplan, founder of the "Balanced Scorecard" concept used widely by corporate organizations. While at Harvard, Mr. Guerrero's curriculum was heavily focused on finance, management, and business law.
AFFILIATIONS (for identification purposes only):
League of California Cities (www.cacities.org)
California Contract Cities Association (www.contractcities.org)
California Gateway Cities Council of Governments (www.gatewaycog.org)
National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (www.naleo.org)
Southern California Advisory Council, Hispanic Scholarship Fund (www.hsf.net)
National Board member, Harvard Latino Alumni Association (www.hbslaa.org)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (www.aicpa.org)
California Society of Certified Public Accountants (www.calcpa.org)
National Society of Hispanic MBAs (www.nshmba.org)
American Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (www.alpfa.org)
World Affairs Council of Northern California (www.itsyourworld.org)
The Bow Group United Kingdom (www.bowgroup.org)
Executive Committee, Republican Party of Los Angeles County (www.lagop.org)
State Delegate, California Republican Party (www.cagop.org)
Harvard Alumni Association (alumni.harvard.edu)
Stanford Alumni Association (www.stanfordalumni.org)
Los Angeles Hispanic Republican Club (https://www.losangeleshispanicrepublicanclub.com/)