Jim Morris - UCSD Athletic Board Co-Chairman
Release: Wednesday 11/01/2006 
by UCSD
Jim Morris is the Co-Chairman of the UC San Diego Athletic Board.
Jim Morris is the Co-Chairman...
Courtesy: UCSD

Jim Morris [49] is president of JBM Properties, Inc. ["JBM"], an investment firm that has been an active investor in commercial real estate acquisitions and development - primarily office buildings and ground leases. JBM has been active in private equity investing and representative early stage direct investments include: Ross Stores Dressfor Less, iVillage.com and vAudit [www.vaudit.com].

 

Jim has served for eight years as a trustee of the University of California, Berkeley Foundation; he has served the past fourteen years as an advisory board member at the Entrepreneurial Management Center at San Diego State University; he has served for the past four years as co-chair of the University of California, San Diego's Athletic Board and, most recently, was appointed as a trustee of the University of California, San Diego Foundation.

 

Jim is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley where he earned a BA degree in Political Economics and he earned his MBA in Finance at the University of Southern California.

 

Friday, February 05
Softball vs. Metro State
2:30 PM
UC San Diego
W Water Polo at USC
5:00 PM
Los Angeles
Softball vs. Western Oregon
5:00 PM
UC San Diego
M Volleyball vs. California Baptist
7:00 PM
UC San Diego
Saturday, February 06
Softball vs. Metro State
10:00 AM
UC San Diego
W Tennis at Azusa Pacific
11:00 AM
Azusa
M Tennis at Azusa Pacific
11:00 AM
Azusa
Track & Field vs. Blue-Gold
11:30 AM
UC San Diego
Softball vs. Western Oregon
12:30 PM
UC San Diego
Baseball vs. The Master's College
2:00 PM
UC San Diego
Fencing vs. Arizona State/Caltech/UC Irvine
2:30 PM
UC San Diego
W Basketball at Cal State San Bernardino
5:30 PM
San Bernardino
Baseball vs. The Master's College
5:30 PM
UC San Diego
M Volleyball vs. USC
7:00 PM
UC San Diego
M Basketball at Cal State San Bernardino
7:30 PM
San Bernardino
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