LLA Cohort 5 Alum
Jeremy Barousse
Community Health Partnership

After serving eight years at Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) as the Director of Civic Engagement, Jeremy has accepted a new position at the Community Health Partnership as the new Deputy Director of Advocacy and Civic Engagement.

While at SIREN, Jeremy helped build political power among immigrant and youth communities to drive change. With SIREN, Jeremy led campaigns to strengthen local immigrant rights policies and create new organizing hubs in the county. He also led SIREN’s civic engagement work by registering over 15,000 immigrant voters since 2012 and contacting over 250,000 voters to vote in key elections.

Before his time at SIREN, Jeremy worked as a political organizer for a few local unions where he organized around worker’s rights issues in Silicon Valley. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from San José State University. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, exercising, and sports.