About Jeremy

Born in Nashville, Jeremy Elrod, 38, holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin in political science and a juris doctor from the Nashville School of Law.   He is licensed attorney and former staff member at the Tennessee General Assembly for ten years, mostly dealing with state transportation and road safety policy for the House Transportation Committee. Elrod is deeply committed to public service and is currently employed at the Tennessee Municipal Electric Power Association. His career has been focused on improving and investing in vital infrastructure for communities and residents at the state level and local governments across the state.

Currently living in Crieve Hall, Jeremy and his wife Rachael Anne have made the neighborhoods of District 26 home for over fifteen years.  They look forward to raising their four-year-old twin boys there for many more years to come.

Community Involvement

  • Attorney
  • Crieve Hall Neighborhood Association, Board Member
  • Caldwell Abbay Hall Neighborhood Association, Member
  • Former Chairman, Metro Council Public Works Committee
  • Vice Chair, Metro Council Traffic and Parking Committee
  • Metro Council Committees – Education, Public Works, Charter, Traffic and Parking, Minority and Women-Owned Business Procurement
  • Crieve Hall Baseball, Former Umpire
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Member
  • Nashville Bar Association, Member
  • Tennessee Farm Bureau, Member
  • 4-H Volunteer
  • West End United Methodist, Member
  • MNPS Parent
  • Granbery Elementary PTA, Member