A Passion For Public Service
Jack Warren Heinemann is a battle born Nevadan, raised in Reno, and a 2019 graduate from the Washoe county school district's Damonte Ranch High School. The son of two life-long restaurant managers, Jack understands what service truly means to others.
Jack's dedication to public service came at age eleven when a neighbor took him to a presidential rally in 2012. The electricity in the air, the energy of the crowd, and the passion his community members shared for the betterment of his home state and country ignited his passion for public service. Jack has been serving the northern Nevada community ever since.
While attending Kendyl Depoali Middle School and Damonte Ranch High School, Jack:
became a public service intern for the City of Reno
a volunteer and organizer for multiple campaigns
at seventeen years old, became a field director for a local political campaign
awarded the highly esteemed Hearst Foundation's United States Senate Youth Scholarship award, which is only awarded to two students per state