Morgan Mack-Rose, Candidate for San Leandro City Council District 2

Mack-Rose is one of two new candidates running against one incumbent for the San Leandro City Council District 2 open seat.

General Information

Name : Morgan Mack-Rose
Age : 41
Place of residence :  San Leandro, District 2



Attended college : Yes
College : Santa Rosa JC & U.C. Santa Cruz
Degree : A.A. & B.A. Anthropology (summa cum laude)
Year of graduation :  1993 & 1995

Employment Information

Job titles held : President, San Leandro USD Board of Trustees; Manager Individual & Corporate Giving, Project Inform, Inc.; Grant Writer Corporate & Foundation Giving, Project Inform; Development Associate, YMCA of the East Bay; 

Political Information

Party affiliation : Democrat
Running for a: City Council
Running for position: City Council member
Chamber/district: City of San Leandro - District 2
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices : Trustee At-Large, San Leandro USD 
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : None

Party HQ Address

604 Oakes St., San Leandro, CA  94577

Campaign Manager

Name : Tim Holmes
Title : Campaign Manager


Website : MorganForSanLeandro.com

Other facts

Parent of two daughters in San Leandro public schools; Appointed to the San Leandro Redevelopment Successor Agency Oversight Board; Chair SLUSD Finance Committee; Member SLUSD Facilities & Technology  and City/District Liaison Committees; Member of California School Boards Association and PACE; Founding Member of San Leandro Parents Network and San Leandro Community Action Network; Volunteer with San Leandro Education Foundation and Girl Scouts of Northern California.

Scott Elliott September 16, 2012 at 02:30 AM
The fact that she has been on the school board and that same school board will have a parcel tax on the ballot in November, which if it passes will increase my taxes, tells me everything I need to know on how to vote for this candidate.
Fred Eiger September 16, 2012 at 04:48 AM
Translation; Leah is a narrow minded JA, who supports taxes for no good reason other than to support them.


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