Jason Mallory was born on February 22nd 1981 (the same birthday as George Washington). He was born in Campbell California, in the heart of the Silicon Valley to a pair of teacher parents. At age 11 the family moved to the smaller town of Dixon, near Sacramento, in the agricultural Central Valley. In 8th grade, Jason scored the highest in the school in standardized Political Science testing, and was also taught that year by a Purple Heart Vietnam Veteran as a teacher. Jason Received special studies in political science during high school, as well as college at SDSU where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business in 2006. For nearly the last eight years Mr. Mallory has lived in South Lake Tahoe, where he has also earned a Certificate Degree in Computer Science, and spent much of his free time enjoying snowsports and the great outdoors. Jason worked in a wide range of occupations, to include restaurants for five years during school, and since graduating has been employed as a public school substitute teacher, freelance journalist, snowboard instructor, as well as being a small business owner. Mr. Mallory started and operated a small painting company, and a 501c3 Publishing company to publish the two books he has written (For Joy and Wisdom, and more recently: Proxy - also a movie script). Proxy is science fiction, about robots replacing people at jobs, and For Joy and Wisdom is a travel adventure story about Jason's time backpacking Europe, and visiting with family there - a member of which is an elected official governing eight towns in Germany. Over the last five years Mr. Mallory has been making church a bigger part of his life through a non-denominational congregation, and this year has become a regular attendant of the LDS church of Jesus Christ. Mr. Mallory considers his political aspirations to be his greatest contribution, and besides that is interested in producing his movie, as well as working in technology, and running a new non-profit on the side selling underwear to raise money to cure breast cancer: "I Know and I Care, and I Wear Pink Underwear!"