David Murotake, 17 Portchester Drive, has served the Board since January 2010. His goals focus on strengthening K-12 education reform in curriculum, instruction, assessment, instructional technology and the Common Core State Standards.
Dr. Murotake was elected to the NH House of Representatives in November 2012, serving on the Science, Technology, and Energy Committee. Representing Nashua's Ward 5, he has introduced four bills in 2013 and 2014, including two in education. He has also co-sponsored eight other 2014 bills, including three in education.
Dr. Murotake is a graduate of MIT’s Sloan School of Management; School of Engineering; and School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. He is currently enrolled at Rivier University, School of Education, where he is pursuing a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction.
Following a career with the US Army Corps of Engineers and Army Security Agency, Dr. Murotake worked at several defense and electronics companies, including RCA, GE, Lockheed Sanders, and Mercury Computer Systems. In 1996 and 1997, he served as a member of the International Telecommunications Union, Radiocommunication Sector.
Currently he is founder and owner of SCA Technica, Inc., a Nashua research and development company, developing firmware, software, system and intellectual property for mobile computers and software-defined radios (SDR).
Dr. Murotake is married to Thomacine (Tommie) and is the father to four children, Amanda, Susan, Allen, and Barbara, all of whom attended Nashua public schools. He home-schooled for two years, and volunteered as a math tutor at Nashua High School North and Nashua High School South. He is a Secular Carmelite, and volunteers as a member of the Knights of Columbus, Civil Air Patrol, and Nashua's Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
December 31, 2017
17 Portchester Drive. 03062-1639
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