Jeremy Katzman

Jeremy was endorsed by Broward County Professional Firefighters and Paramedics because of his dedication to protecting the residents of Cooper City and those that serve to protect others.

I have always had a passion to serve, whether through student government or volunteer opportunities. I have held leadership positions in a variety of non-profit and civic organizations and have used these roles to make positive changes and mentor others.

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DON’T FORGET TO VOTE FOR JEREMY KATZMAN ON NOVEMBER 8th

A Message from Jeremy Katzman

As an active resident for the past 13 years, I truly believe this Cooper City is Someplace Special – and I will do everything I can to make it even better.

I have served on the Planning and Zoning Board since 2019 and previously was a member of the Education Advisory Board, where we supported our local sports teams and school organizations through grants. I worked with the city to bring residents a COVID-19 testing center and currently am working with leaders and non-profits to help Cooper City earn the designation as an Autism Friendly City.

My family is deeply rooted in Cooper City. My wife, Alisa, was raised here and works at a local school. We purchased our first home here and are proud to raise our young family in this wonderful community. Our children attend school here, play on sports teams here, and use the playgrounds here. This is our home, and I would be honored to serve Cooper City on a greater level.

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Endorsements

The Broward County Professional Firefighters and Paramedics are proud to support Jeremy Katzman for Cooper City Commissioner, District 1 and we ask for your support.

Jeremy Katzman has also been endorsed by the following organizations:

 

  • Broward County Police Benevolent Association
  • Broward Teachers Union
  • Broward County Property Appraiser Marty Kiar
  • Broward County Commissioner/Senator Steve Geller
  • Former Broward County Property Appraiser/Commissioner Lori Parrish
  • State Representatives Robin Bartleman Dan Daley, Michael Gottlieb, Marie Woodson, additional local officials

The Broward County Professional Firefighters and Paramedics are proud to support Jeremy Katzman for Cooper City Commissioner, District 1 and we ask for your support.

Jeremy Katzman has also been endorsed by the following organizations:

 

  • Broward County Police Benevolent Association
  • Broward Teachers Union
  • Broward County Property Appraiser Marty Kiar
  • Broward County Commissioner/Senator Steve Geller
  • Former Broward County Property Appraiser/Commissioner Lori Parrish
  • State Representatives Robin Bartleman Dan Daley, Michael Gottlieb, Marie Woodson, additional local officials

NEWS

The November 8, 2022 Municipal Election ballot will include elections for Cooper City Districts One (1) and Two (2). The mayor and four city commissioners are elected to four-year, staggered terms on a non-partisan basis with a consecutive term limit of three terms.

2022 Municipal Election Candidates

District 1 

MORE ABOUT JEREMY KATZMAN

I believe my life experiences give me a background to relate to the people I aim to serve and that I can make an even bigger impact as an elected official. Growing up in a single-mother household with little financial means, I understand the struggles of working families.

I attended local public schools and worked hard to earn scholarships to attend the University of Florida, where I served as a Student Government leader and was inducted into the UF Hall of Fame and Florida Blue Key – a prestigious honor society with members who are leaders throughout the state and the nation. At the age of 21, after returning from an internship with the Democratic Party in Washington, D.C., I went from being a healthy college student to fighting for my life when I was diagnosed with leukemia. I have translated these experiences to help people through my professional and community involvement.

I have spent my career as an administrator and innovator in health care and higher education. I currently serve in a leadership role at Nova Southeastern University’s Health Professions Division, where I focus on creating opportunities for students who aim to become health care professionals. I am involved in a variety of community organizations, including leadership roles in Cooper City and the Democratic Party and aim to make a greater impact as a Cooper City Commissioner.

A native of South Florida, Jeremy is deeply rooted in Cooper City, where he has lived for most of his adult life. His wife, Alisa, was raised in Cooper City, where her family still lives. She is a speech-language pathologist at a public elementary school in Cooper City, where their daughter is in second grade. Their son will enter Kindergarten there this fall. They purchased their first home here and are proud to raise their young family in this wonderful community. Jeremy has served on the Planning and Zoning Board since 2019 and previously was a member of the Education Advisory Board, which supported local sports teams and school organizations through grants. He worked with the city to bring residents a COVID-19 testing center and currently is working with leaders and non-profits to help Cooper City earn the designation as an Autism Friendly City.

Jeremy has spent his career as an administrator and innovator in health care and higher education. He currently serves in a leadership role at Nova Southeastern University’s Health Professions Division, where he focuses on creating opportunities for students who aim to become health care professionals. Growing up in a single-mother household with little financial means, Jeremy understands the struggles of working families. He attended local public schools and worked hard to earn scholarships to attend the University of Florida, where he served as a Student Government leader and was inducted into the UF Hall of Fame and Florida Blue Key – a prestigious honor society with members who are leaders throughout the state and the nation.

At the age of 21, Jeremy went from being a healthy college student to fighting for his life when he was diagnosed with leukemia. He underwent three years of chemotherapy and radiation while continuing his studies and remaining active on campus, persisting to fulfill his goal of graduating with two bachelor’s degrees on time and earning the highest honors and being named Outstanding Male Graduate. This experience was eye-opening to Jeremy and shaped his passion for helping others achieve their dreams.

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