Sean’s family has resided in New Castle for three generations, beginning when his grandparents moved here in 1967. Sean grew up here and is a graduate of Horace Greeley High School. In 2017 he moved back to Chappaqua with his wife Jaclyn and their two children, ages 4 and 2.
Sean graduated from the University of Maryland with Honors and attended Cardozo School of Law in Manhattan where he was the recipient of the Frank Lautenberg Scholarship. Professionally, Sean is a litigator who has served as lead counsel on over twenty trials to verdict, both civil and criminal. Currently, Sean practices at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, in White Plains, NY, where he represents hospitals and businesses in a wide range of lawsuits, including medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury. Before joining Wilson Elser, he was an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County where he prosecuted thousands of cases involving violent street crime while assigned to the Office’s trial division. Sean is passionate about public service, having been a 2018 graduate of Leadership Westchester, a program sponsored by Volunteer New York. Sean also completed the signature leadership development program administered by the Westchester Business Council.
Given his family’s fifty-year history in New Castle, Sean realizes what a special place this is to live. He wants nothing more than to raise his children in our idyllic community where he, himself, was fortunate enough to be raised. Sean is confident that, although the town has changed since his grandparents moved here in 1967, New Castle residents continue to share a common goal: to raise their children in a safe community which provides them with the education and community support system necessary to pursue whichever path they should chose in life. If given the opportunity to serve on the Town Board, Sean’s actions will be guided by the core principle of doing what is in the best interests of the residents of New Castle regardless of special interests or party affiliation.