Elected to the Mesa City Council in November of 2016, Councilmember Jeremy Whittaker began his first term representing District 2 in January of 2017. His term on the Council runs until January of 2021.
Whittaker is the founder and president of Velocity Technologies, a technology solutions company for small to medium size businesses. He has worked in the IT consulting and technology industry for more than 15 years, owning his own firm since 2004.
Whittaker is a member of the Vista Villages II Home Owners Association Board of Directors, including four years as the Vice President. He also has served as an Adjunct Faculty member for South Mountain Community College, teaching a course on creating profitable strategies for trading the currency market on a fully automated basis.
Whittaker’s family moved to Arizona more than 20 years ago, and he and his wife Roshana have lived in Mesa since 2005. They have one son together.
Economic Development- Chair
Sustainability and Transportation
Arizona Museum of Natural History- Council Representative
Mesa Arts Center Foundation Board- Council Representative
National Boards and Committees
National League of Cities Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations Federal Advocacy Committee