Jeremy is a father, a devoted husband, and a passionate advocate for the city of Joliet, IL. He got involved in politics two years ago to protest a large development on the Southside of Joliet that threatened nearby Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie and Abraham Lincoln National Cemetary. Jeremy is running for Joliet City Council to bring the voice of the people back to the government, and to help his city chart a course ahead for the next 50 years and beyond. His top priorities are: providing critical resources for the underserved areas of Joliet, increasing government transparency, police reform, and bringing more living-wage jobs to his city.
As a project manager and process coach for the last six years, Jeremy has experience working with companies of many different sizes to increase their morale and customer focus. He will bring this skillset to the city council and work to pair neighborhood groups with the resources they need to help improve the community. Jeremy lives in the Marquette Gardens neighborhood of Joliet with his wife, two boys, two dogs, and a cat.