Representative Jared Sullivan (D)

Grafton - District 2


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Home Address


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Jared.Sullivan@leg.state.nh.us

Seat #: 3029

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Commerce and Consumer Affairs
Position:  Member
Committee Phone:  603-271-3369
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Commerce and Consumer Affairs to consider all matters pertaining to commerce, banks and banking institutions; insurance companies and contracts or insurance of any character; the licensing of businesses to sell liquor; the needs of the business community; all matters relating to consumer affairs and the economic conditions of commerce and industry; all matters relating to the economic development of the state, and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Personal Biography
I attended Montana State University where I earned a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in applied economics. After finishing my Masters program, I started working at CBRE as real estate economist. It was an interesting time to start working as an economist in the real estate industry because it was 2008, and the Great Recession, a recession started by the collapse of the real estate industry, had just begun. After leaving CBREI worked for several well-known commercial real estate firms and one real estate forecasting start up, before landing my most recent as Head of Research at Bridge Industrial where I worked until January 2022. Currently, I am self-employed as I have started a real estate consulting and development firm here in Northern NH.

An avid outdoorsman, I grew up skiing and hiking the White Mountains. In 2016, I purchased my current residence and have been integrating myself into the community and getting to know my neighbors. I love the pace of life here in the North Country. I truly enjoy how easy it is to grab my dog (Lava) and walk to some trails for a morning walk before work. I am so grateful for how easy it is to get outdoors here. A quick hike up Mt. Agassiz for an afternoon break, a few laps on Cannon in the winter before work, or a nice swim in a local swimming hole on a hot summer day are all things that make living in the White Mountains so special.
Local Government Involvement
This is my first experience in politics.