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Jason Dominguez is the founder of Justice Center, a non-profit legal aid program. As a city attorney, he built a successful community-based crime task force. He has worked as a county counsel for Santa Barbara and fought to reduce traffic collisions and injuries. Later, he went on to serve as a Legal Officer to the United Nations, prosecuting genocide at the International Criminal Tribunal in the Hague, Netherlands.
Dominguez parents, a public elementary school teacher and army veteran, taught him and his brother strong family values and the importance of giving back to the community. He was educated K-12 at public schools and graduated from Stanford University and UC Berkeley, with a focus on environmental law. Dominguez is an experienced educator, having taught public high school and university students, and firmly believes that school-based and extra-curricular programs can help our youth to avoid crime and lead to family-sustaining jobs.
Jason is a strong believer in community service and has been involved with community-based organizations, like the Kiwanis Club, the Museum of Latin American Art, the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, and canine rescue groups. He served on the Board of Directors for Leadership Santa Barbara and the Stanford University Chicano Latino Alumni Association and worked for local non-profits. He serves on the American Bar Associations Committee for Pro Bono Service.