Jeremy Grabiner - Chicago
Jeremy Grabiner is a non-profit congressional advocate. In his current role at the National Council of Urban Indian Health, he works to pass legislation aimed at improving the health outcomes of American Indians and Alaska Natives living in urban areas. Jeremy has a bachelors in International Business from Southern Adventist University and a masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. His masters thesis on felony disenfranchisement was awarded the best capstone thesis in the area of human rights by the CARR Center of Human Rights Policy. Jeremy lives in Chicago, IL where he enjoys playing soccer, travelling when possible, and trying to cook new recipes.