Jason Robo

Well-Being Advocate

Fit to Serve

Currently a Blue Lake Parks and Recreation Commissioner I am a certified personal trainer that also studied political science and economics at Humboldt State University. My recent certifications are in The Science of Well-Being with Yale University and Plant-Based Nutrition with Cornell University. I have been a Blue Lake resident for eight years. Pandemics, policing, economics, and city planning are among the topics of books that I have read recently. At a minimum, I hope to share knowledge relevant to our current predicaments in my attempt to serve Below you will find some of those resources with more info and policies to come as I develop this site. Most of the photography is my own. Mini stump speech below from my effort to win a seat on Blue Lake’s City Council. Cheers.

Ironing out some points in a wrinkly shirt
Meditating in the forest

In addition to the trajectory of economic development I hope to see wellness-oriented practices promoted in the businesses blossoming in Blue Lake. Since graduating HSU I’ve been certified in plant-based nutrition (Cornell), personal training (American Council on Exercise), and well-being (Yale).

City Planning

Jane Jacob’s “The Life and Death of Great American Cities” will serve as a foundation guiding my views on Blue Lake’s development. Wider sidewalks and parks combined with diverse use are among some of the important concepts I hope can enrich our future.

Speaking on the Academic Senate in 2008

I studied political science at Humboldt State University also falling short of a double-major in economics. I wrote for the school paper The Lumberjack and hosted radio shows on KRFH. At HSU I’ve been a leader of multiple highly active clubs, elected chair of student government, and served as a senator on the faculty’s academic senate. I express myself via stand-up comedy after years of prior public speaking experience

  • Transparency
  • Listening
  • Informing
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(858) 751-9262