Jess Hughston, American mayor. John Hay fellow Harvard University, 1964-1965.; first prize winner curriculum contest Constitutional Rights Foundation. Member Solid Waste Strategy Task Force; board representative on sanitation, chairman district 15, 16, 17, Pasadena. With infantry United States Army, World World War World War II; Member Pasadena Bar Association (Liberty Bell award).
Hughston, Jess was born in 1923 in Glendale, California, United States.
Bachelor, University of California, Pasadena, 1949;
Master of Science, Harvard University, 1956.
With, Pasadena Unified School District, 1950-1981;
board directors, City of Pasadena, 1981-1985, 85-89, 89-;
mayor, City of Pasadena, 1990-1992. Board directors Pasadena Cable Access Corporation. Chairman, Board Of Directors Foothill Employment Training Consortium, member subcommittee on finance, Light Rail Task Force.
Professor United States government, United States history, economics, urban problems, American institutions and California history Pasadena City College, since 1965, also chairman social science department. Instituted curriculum methodology used in the Pasadena Unified School District government classes.
Member Solid Waste Strategy Task Force. Board representative on sanitation, chairman district 15, 16, 17, Pasadena. With infantry United States Army, World World War World War II.
Member Pasadena Bar Association (Liberty Bell award).