Jeremy Rabinovitz is Senior Executive Vice President of Porterfield, Fettig & Sears, LLC, (PFS), having joined the firm after nearly three decades on Capitol Hill and in government relations. Jeremy’s core portfolio of issues includes telecommunications, technology, cybersecurity, health care, transportation, and commerce related issues. Jeremy came to PFS after serving for many years as Senior Executive Vice President of ML Strategies, the government affairs affiliate of the law firm Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo. Jeremy managed the day to day operations of ML Strategies and served as a senior strategist for numerous clients, helping them navigate legislative and regulatory challenges.
Previous to his private sector career, Jeremy worked in Congress for twenty years as Chief of Staff for four members of the House of Representatives. Before joining ML Strategies, Jeremy served as Chief of Staff to Rep. Lois Capps (D-CA), having served in the same role for the Congresswoman’s late husband, Rep. Walter Capps (D-CA) during his time in the House. In this role, Jeremy assisted the Congresswoman with policy issues before the Committee on Energy and Commerce, helping her develop a substantial legislative profile on a range of issues, including health, environment, telecommunications, and international relations.
Before working for Rep. Walter Capps, Jeremy served as Chief of Staff to Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY). Jeremy led staff efforts to support Maloney’s work on the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs and on the Committee on Government Reform, as well as on issues critical to New York City. Jeremy began his career as legislative assistant and then Chief of Staff to Rep. Stephen Solarz (D-NY) where he was responsible for the Congressman’s work on the Committee on Education and Labor, and supported his internationally recognized efforts to promote freedom and democracy as a senior member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Jeremy has a B.A. in Psychology and Social Relations from Harvard College.