Born

August 1991 In Fall River, MA where his entire extended family hails from.

Moved to Sandwich

May 1998 Jack’s family purchased a home in East Sandwich in order to be closer to his father’s job at the Steamship Authority and to settle in a safe community to raise children.

First Job

June 2007 Jack spends his first summer working as a Lifeguard for the Town of Barnstable

French Exchange

April 2010 Jack participates in the Sandwich – Lyon French Exchange sparking his passion for travel and curiosity about other cultures.

Graduates High School

June 2010 Jack Graduates from Sandwich High School as President of his class.

Begins College

August 2010 Jack begins college at the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs.

Senegal

August 2012 Jack moves to Dakar, Senegal for a semester to study International Development, intern, and improve his French Language skills.

France

January 2013 Jack moves to Paris for a semester as an exchange student enrolled at the renowned Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris – the university where 7 out of the last 8 French Presidents once studied.

Graduates from College

May 2014 Jack graduates from the George Washington University with a degree in International Affairs with a concentration in Comparative Political, Economic, and Social Systems.

World Bank, Office of the VP

July 2014 Jack signs a contract to work in the Office of the Vice President at the World Bank where he liaised with senior staff in supporting a multinational department of 150 people.

Teaching in Cairo

August 2015 Jack moves to Egypt to spend a semester teaching Social Studies at an Egyptian High School and to learn more about the Arab world.

World Bank

January 2016 Jack returns to DC to spend half a year as the Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer of the World Bank Group as he transitioned out of the organization.

Mozambique

August 2016 Jack joins Forcier Consulting, a young and dynamic research consultancy which works in logistically challenging environments across Africa. There, he helped to build out their Mozambique Office and worked on program evaluations for the United Nations and NGO’s.

Moved Home

November 2017 Frustrated by a toxic political climate, and a desire to be closer to his family, Jack moves back from Africa and contemplates a candidacy for State Representative.

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