Jeremy Kadden is the Senior Legislative Manager at InterAction, covering budget and appropriations. He works closely with the administration and Congress to ensure robust U.S. foreign aid funding. He also collaborates with other InterAction public policy staff and senior policy leadership of InterAction members to push for specific priorities in the humanitarian, relief and development arenas that have a congressional or executive branch nexus.



Before coming to InterAction in August 2012, Jeremy worked on Capitol Hill for seven years, covering foreign affairs and appropriations work for Reps. Shelley Berkley (D-NV) and Jim Kolbe (R-AZ). Before that, he was a Research Assistant at the American Enterprise Institute. He received a Master’s Degree in international relations from Cambridge University in 2001 and a BA in history from Columbia University in 2000.



Jeremy lives in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Washington with his wife Jana and their son, Siggy. He is a very active member of his synagogue and loves to bike, sing, and cheer for the Nationals.