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When he ran unopposed for a seat on the Campbell City Council in 2022, Dan Furtado was no stranger to City Hall. The Campbell native was first elected to the council in March of 1996, and he served until terming out in 2010. Prior to joining the council, he served on the Civic Improvement Commission for a decade. In 2000, he was honored as Campbell’s Citizen of the Year.
Furtado was employed by Stanford University School of Medicine more than two decades. He also served as a spokesperson for the American Heart Association and has taught both basic and advanced cardiac life support. Furtado was on active duty with the U.S. Army for two years and retired as a colonel after 40 years of service in the Army Reserve.
Alma maters: University of California, San Francisco, (doctor of pharmacy, master’s degree in public administration), San Jose State University, (bachelor’s degree in applied arts and sciences)
Other service positions: Campbell City Council (1996-2010), president of the Santa Clara County Chapter of the American Heart Association, Army Reserve Ambassador for California (2006)