Jason Fischer is a Jacksonville native who has always put his community first. After graduating from the University of North Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Mr. Fischer went to work at Florida Power & Light (FPL) where he honed his engineering and management skills.
In 2006, he left FPL to become a civilian engineer with the United States Navy where he would spend the next five years supporting the global war on terrorism (GWOT). As an engineer for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command he was responsible for energy policy and utility infrastructure at several Navy bases in the Southeast. In 2010, he was recognized by his peers at the Association of Energy Engineers for his important work and earned the distinction “Legend in Energy.”
In 2011, Jason transitioned his career back into the private sector and went to work for CSX, one of the country’s largest transportation companies. At CSX Mr. Fischer was responsible for successful negotiations of energy and utility contracts in over 20 states. Jason currently works for URETEK Holdings and is in charge of their business development in the Jacksonville, Florida, metropolitan area.
Jason believes in being an active and responsible citizen. He is a member of the Mandarin Rotary, and a member of an FBI task force on security. Also, he formerly served on the Board of Directors of Society of American Military Engineers. In 2012, he became the youngest person ever elected to the Duval County School Board.
He and his wife, along with their young son, reside in the Mandarin area.
He was a founding member of FCSBM, his floor fight at the Joint Conference in December of 2014 was a strong inspiration for the formation of our coalition. He served on the 2016 FCSBM Executive Board of Directors.
Jason Fischer was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in November 2016 and serves on the PreK-12 Innovation Subcommittee and PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee 2016-2018