Jim Mowrer

As a political consultant, Jim Mowrer has a number of campaign-work that he has been proud of, including the '08 campaigns of Biden and President Obama. He currently resides in Des Moines, Iowa, and he has taken on a role with Grandview University, where he teaches political science. His career is built on a foundation within the military, where he served for nearly a decade. His work in the military includes tours in Afghanistan, leadership in the Pentagon, and more. His military career has provided him with ample experience in leadership and navigating difficult topics, and he continues to impress as an educator, leader, political expert, and consultant.

Political Consultant
City, US
[email protected]

Work Experience

Grandview University, Adjunct Professor, Jan 2017 ~ Present

Jim Mowrer serves as Adjunct Professor of Political Science and Public Policy. He covers topics surrounding global awareness.
Jim also designs coursework and lectures to engage students in qualitative and quantitative learning.

JDM Consulting, Consultant, Jan 2015 ~ Present

Jim Mowrer works at JDM Consulting, which provides consulting for nonprofits and campaigns.

Easterseals Iowa, Major Gifts Officer, Jan 2017 ~ Jan 2020

Jim Mowrer represented Easterseals at a variety of events and presented to donors.

Jim Mowrer, Politician Focused on Empathy and Philanthropy

Jim Mowrer has been a dedicated Iowanian community member for decades. He is a father, philanthropist, veteran, consultant, professor, and much more. Since his early life in the Des Moines area, he was instilled with the importance of being an involved and dedicated member of the community. Read the rest of the article at SurprisinglyFree.com

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Veterans are the population that is perhaps the most inclined towards political careers. Both because every career politician finds service a good mark on his resume, and because general veterans find satisfaction in leadership roles. However, a recent study has shown that Veterans are leaving government jobs faster than any other demographic, resigning almost one and a half times more often.

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