A NEW VOICE FOR ROCHESTER & FIGHTER FOR UPSTATE
Born in an Indian orphanage, Jeremy was adopted by a courageous single-mother and grew up in the South Wedge neighborhood of the City of Rochester. Raised in an Irish family, he inherited a strong sense of family, faith, and our famous Upstate accent.
After losing his mother to dementia and brain cancer, Jeremy has devoted his career to serving the community that helped raise him—from the YMCA to all levels of government. He got his start working on Capitol Hill for the late U.S. Congresswoman Louise Slaughter and has gone on to work for two New York Governors and the Mayor of Rochester.
With a deep commitment to creating the Rochester of tomorrow, Jeremy is passionate about investing in families, quality schools, affordable housing, universal health care, and real pathways out of poverty.
Jeremy graduated from the Rochester City School District, and went on to graduate with honors in public policy from Hobart College and to obtain his law degree from Albany Law School. He was named “Forty Under 40” by the Rochester Business Journal and is a proud Eagle Scout. Today, Jeremy and his fiancé, Diane, live in downtown Rochester and are excited about starting a family in Upstate, NY.