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About Councillor Jeromy Farkas

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Jeromy Farkas is part of a new generation of leadership: fiscally conservative and socially live-and-let-live. He lives in Palliser and is supported by a young, grassroots team of volunteers who are focused on restoring Calgary’s economic opportunity. Jeromy's attention is on responsible spending, lower taxes through innovation, reducing regulations for entrepreneurs, and ending the culture of entitlement and secrecy that has taken hold of City Hall.

As a born and raised Calgarian, Jeromy is most grateful for the warm welcome Canada gave his family after escaping Communist Hungary in 1956. He comes from a family of entrepreneurs and teachers with deep roots in Southwest Calgary. His grandfather taught music and math for many years in Haysboro.

Jeromy served at the University of Calgary for eight years and ran the Israel Studies Program. Building on his experience as a Research Team Lead in Medicine, Jeromy developed his own successful small business focused on finance and data analysis.

Jeromy attended Bishop Carroll High School and holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Calgary. He serves on the executive of the Palliser, Bayview, and Pump Hill Community Association, and as a director on the board of the Weaselhead Preservation Society. Jeromy also commits time as a mentor to students through Mount Royal University.

 




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