He grew up in Arroyo Grande, and he loves it here.
With a Cal Poly degree in city and regional planning, Jimmy has worked to build roads, wastewater plants and criminal justice facilities. With a law degree from the Santa Barbara and Ventura Colleges of Law, Jimmy runs a small business that helps ambitious people start businesses, guides hard-working families on business succession strategy and prepares family estate plans.
“Mom was a teacher at Coastal Christian School and Dad was a police officer. They taught me right from wrong, faith in God and the value of hard work and common sense. They taught me to listen to people whose opinions were different from mine. They inspired me to serve.”
Those experiences, and his parents’ example, are why he wants to be our representative on the SLO County Board of Supervisors.
"I’ve learned how to create cost-effective solutions that improve people’s lives – and improving lives is what good government is all about."