San Francisco Mint
David Jacobs began his San Francisco Mint career in 1999 and has served as the Plant Superintendent for the San Francisco Mint for the past 3 years. His prior 17 years of Mint service was spent leading multiple divisions covering a wide array of disciplines in manufacturing, engineering, and administration. David’s passion is people and he enjoys observing, interacting and learning from everyone. Prior to working at the Mint, David worked as the Senior Design Engineer for a manufacturing plant specializing in oilfield pumps, drilling motors, and related equipment applications.
David was born in Oakland, CA and has spent his entire life residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. David’s only daughter is a student at Grand Canyon University. David earned his degree in Mechanical Engineering from CSU, Sacramento, obtained his Lean Manager Certification from Ohio State, and most recently is a graduate of the Senior Executive Fellowship program at the Harvard Kennedy School.