Honorable Jesse M. Blas

Honorable Jesse M. Blas

Mayors Council of Guam

Mayors Council of Guam

Honorable Jesse M. Blas

Jesse Mendiola Bias is the son of the late Ramon Mafnas Bias and the late Antonia Mendiola Bias of Yona, Guam. He is the youngest of five brothers and three sisters. Jesse is also father to five beautiful children, four sons and one daughter. After completing high school, Jesse pursued a career to be a public servant through Law Enforcement.
 
His career in law enforcement began as a Police Officer and later went on to become a Deputy Marshal and in less than five years he was promoted to the rank of “Captain.” Through the years, Jesse has gained valuable experience and knowledge in serving his community. This has prepared him for the many challenges that await him as the opportunity and honor bestowed upon him by the great people of Yona to serve as their Mayor.
 
Work Experience: Administrative Assistant, Yona Mayors Office 2011 to 2016; Worked in Private Business in sales and Marketing and customer service 2007 to 2011; Superior Court of Guam Deputy Marshal 1991 to 1995; Deputy Marshal Captain 1995 to 2007; California Highway Patrol State traffic Officer (Academy) 1990; Guam Police Department Police Officer II 1982 to 1990.

Education: Graduated from Arroyo High School San Leandro, California 1980; Graduated from Guam Police Academy 23rd Police cycle 1981; Attended University of Guam, continued Education, 1984; Attended Guam Community College, personal enrichment, 2010 to 2011.

Community Involvement: Active volunteer for Community through the Yona Mayors office, May 2016 to present in support of daily operations for field and administrative assignments; Active representation of the Mayor to assist and provide solutions to constituents concerns and direct all matters to supporting agencies 2012 to 2016; Member of the Manenggon Memorial foundation 2012 to present; Coordinated first summer camp program for the village of Yona 2012; Chairman of the annual Lemai Festival 2012 to 2013; Co-chairman for the Selebrasion I Kottura Siha festival (celebration of our culture) in Yona 2010 to 2011; Facilitated the construction and building of the “Sagan Life Yona Gold” Pavillion 2015 to 2016; Facilitator for the reconstruction of Jimmy Tremble Baseball field (Windward Hills, Yona) through the support of the Iwo Jima Veterans Association; Coordinated the renovations of the Tagachang Beach, in support of FESTPAC 2016 through the efforts of the Guam Visitors Bureau, May 2016; Facilitated the removal of recycle goods and other waste materials in support of Islandwide Village Beautification, January 2016; Vice Chairman Yona Municipal Planning Council (MPC) 2012 to present; Active member Knights of Columbus and Church Parish 2014 to present; Manager Yona Masters Baseball club 2012 to 2016; Supporter of Yona Youth Basketball and Baseball teams 2012 to present.
 
 
Traditional Village Name: Yo’na • Population: 6,480
• Village Flower: Bougainvillea, Red and Purple or Puti Tai Nobio