Through his increasing responsibilities, he was also afforded the opportunity to become a member of other committees such as Public Safety, Department of Corrections and Emergency Management, Purchasing, Task Force on the Homeless and finally, whenever given the opportunity, he was an alternate member on the Hudson County Planning Board and the Hudson County Improvement Authority. On all these committees, Jeff took it as an opportunity to grow professionally while also becoming familiar with ways to help others.
In his prior position at DPW, Jeff interacted with all employees at every level. From an operations aspect all the way up to what needed to be accomplished on the administrative end daily. While his tasks had increased tremendously, during the COVID-19 pandemic, it was imperative for Jeff that vital services were continued to be provided to the residents of the city. He wanted to ensure that quality of life concerns were taken care of, which included the collection of solid waste and recycling, maintenance of lots, street sweeping (mechanical and manual), and snow services. As the Assistant Director of DPW, Jeff was committed to empowering his staff. He worked closely with elected officials so that he could continue to play his role in ensuring that the best services were provided to the residents, business owners, and visitors of Jersey City.
Currently, Jeff is also a Commissioner on the Jersey City Housing Authority (JCHA) and the Hudson County Improvement Authority (HCIA). Jeff takes advantage of his time by becoming knowledgeable of the things happening in his community and looking for ways in which he can help improve them, not just for him and his family but for all those within his reach.