Meet Jared D. Breckenridge: A fourth-generation Austin native, Jared is currently running to be your next Austin Independent School District At-Large Trustee. Born and raised on the East side of Austin, Jared has personal experience as both an AISD student and –– most recently –– as a substitute teacher for the district. While serving as a substitute teacher, Jared has had the opportunity to instruct, engage with, and learn from hundreds of students, parents, and faculty members all across our district. In fact, many of you and your children may know Jared as "Mr. B." or "Coach B."
City of Austin College Student Commission
- Chair, Member
City of Austin Human Rights Commission
- District 1 Appointee, Member
Central Texas Food Bank
Leauge of Women Voters - Austin Area
- NAACP President
- National NAACP Volunteer Staff
- NAACP Vice-President
- NAACP Education Committee Chair
Black Austin Democrats
- Beyond Diversity Training
Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce
- 2019 Advocate of the Year
African Diaspora Caucus
Seedling Mentor Program
- Youth Mentor
Austin Independent School District
- Former Student
- Substitute Teacher
- Supporter & Challenger
- School Board Meeting Attendee & Advocate
- Substiute Teacher
Greater Mount Zion Church
- Lifetime Member
- Youth Mentor
- 2nd/3rd Grade Promise Land Teacher
Travis County Voter Registrar
- Volunteer Deputy Registrar
A conversation with State Representative Gina Hinojosa and community activist Bertha Rendon Delgado about AISD's infamous 2019 school closures
City of Austin College Student Commission members meeting with local community partners to inquire about Summer internship programs and jobs for all college students
State Senator Kirk Watson joins student leader Jared D. Breckenridge (Huston-Tillotson University's NAACP President) as well as other HT students as they march to the polls to vote
In 2018, NAACP Education Committee Chairman Jared D. Breckenridge is pictured delivering FREE books to the students at an Austin ISD Elementary School. According to the National Equity Project, equity means that each child receives what they need to develop to their full academic and social potential.
In the spirit of equity, community leader Jared D. Breckenridge actively led a Book Drive at Huston-Tillotson University to provide students like Joaquin with the books that they deserve.
Jared D. Breckenridge, former Austin ISD student, pictured with his third grade classmates and teacher at Campbell Elementary School
Building positive mentor relationships with students all across the district, Jared D. Breckenridge volunteers his time by listening to and motivating students while having fun.
As an educator, Jared D. Breckenridge "Mr. B." has visited several Austin ISD campuses seeking to actively engage students in their learning.
It's all about the teaching and learning as AISD's Principal Moore would say.
This is a very emotional picture for Mr. Jared D. "Mr. B." Breckenridge, he says that his years spent visiting and substituting with this specific group of AISD students and staff members will always be in his heart.