Donor profile: Jason Mansour
Jason Mansour (’03, Earth Systems Science & Policy) has made a $5,000 gift to support peer-to-peer advising and student mentoring, especially within his major, now called Environmental Science, Technology & Policy. His gift was matched by a $5,000 gift from the Alumni Association.
Mansour, who is a commissioned officer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said that as CSUMB’s alumni base continues to grow, graduates from the university’s early years in particular can show leadership with their support. That may include gifts of time, energy or money, he said.
“Although you may not physically remain on campus, you will always share that common thread as an ‘Otter’ with generations of students, staff and faculty,” Mansour said.
He is currently serving in Washington, D.C., as Flag Lieutenant to the Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, as well as for NOAA Administrator Dr. Jane Lubchenco.