Jordan Morales grew up in Boise and has called District 4 home alongside his wife Katie and three children for over 17 years, appreciating the access to great schools, libraries, public transit, safe streets, parks and natural open spaces to walk, bike and paddle, and many wonderful neighbors.
After serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jordan completed his Bachelor's degree in Entrepreneurship Management from Boise State University. Since then, he has managed business operations for Boise State’s Computer Science program as it has grown from 27 graduates per year to over 100, playing a major role in the health and growth of Boise’s technology ecosystem. As a member of the Bronco Athletic Association Board of Directors, he is also actively engaged in volunteering and leading fundraising efforts such as the Blue Collar Club, which supports Boise State student-athletes through small dollar recurring donations amounting to tens of thousands of dollars each year.
Having a grandfather who served five terms in the Idaho State Senate and was an amazing Honors American Government teacher in high school, helped instill an early appreciation for local government. Jordan has served as an active Precinct Committeeperson in the District 4 area from 2013-2023 and as a Chief Judge of Elections for Ada County since 2018, serving with a passion for including more Boiseans into our civic processes. Jordan believes that by engaging our neighborhoods and working together, we can make Boise an even better place for all of us to live, work, and thrive.