With a deep commitment to creating the upstate economy of tomorrow, Jeremy seeks to Bring new leadership to the senate ready to fight for Rochester.
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, part of the 56th Senate District. Raised in an Irish family, he inherited a strong sense of family, faith, and our famous upstate accent.
Jeremy has devoted his career to serving our community—from the YMCA to government. Previously, Jeremy served as Senior Director for Community Relations for Empire State Development, where he helped manage economic development initiatives on behalf of Governor Andrew Cuomo. He also served as Chief of Staff for Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, a law clerk for New York Governor David Paterson, and as a staff aide to the late Congresswoman Louise Slaughter.
With a deep commitment to creating the upstate economy of tomorrow, Jeremy seeks to bring new leadership to the senate ready to fight for Rochester. In Albany, Jeremy will advance a bold, forward-looking agenda. Jeremy will fight for an economy where everyone can earn a living wage and has the opportunity to get ahead. Jeremy will ensure all students receive a quality education and feel safe in their schools—no matter their zip code. Jeremy will be an advocate for our environment by supporting renewable energy jobs and committing to reduce our carbon footprint. And, Jeremy will uphold the dignity of every New Yorker—including supporting state protections for reproductive rights, The DREAM Act, and GENDA.
Jeremy graduated from the Rochester City School District, received a B.A. with honors from Hobart College and a J.D. from Albany Law School. He was named “Forty Under 40” by the Rochester Business Journal and is a proud Eagle Scout. Today, Jeremy lives downtown—across the street from his amazing girlfriend, Diane—who both love Rochester.