WPCNR CAMPAIGN 2014. Special to WPCNR from the White Plains Republican Party. June 18, 2014 (EDITED):
As first reported by WPCNR Tuesday, the White Plains Republican Party announced today that their candidate to run in the special election to serve the remainder of the unexpired term of Benjamin Boykin for the White Plains Common Council in November is Terence Guerriere.
Brian Maloney, Chairman of the White Plains Republican Party, heralded Terence’s qualifications and the need for a fresh voice on the Council:
“Terence Guerriere is a dedicated White Plains advocate, a community leader and a professional with an impressive resume and a proven record of meeting challenging issues. We are excited to show the people of White Plains that there indeed is a strong voice for this great City’s hard working families and neighborhoods, that are presently being ignored.”
Mr. Guerriere, a Senior Vice President at Madison Commercial Real Estate Services, is a leader who has displayed keen insight in resolving complicated issues and has demonstrated a willingness to compromise and finding common ground in the most complex litigation. He is an experienced attorney and corporate executive.
Mr. Guerriere, in addition to the aforementioned experience, gained expertise as an attorney in private practice with McCarthy Fingar, LLP, was co-founder and General Counsel of Electronic Land Services. Inc. and a Managing Counsel for the National/Commercial Office of Old Republic National Title Insurance Company.
Guerriere is a graduate of Archbishop Stepinac High School, Williams College and earned his Juris Doctor from St. John’s University School of Law. Prior to his law career, Mr. Guerriere clerked for the Surrogate Court Judge of Nassau County, New York.
His previous career as a private school educator and administrator afforded Mr. Guerriere the skills to be an effective lecturer and coalition leader, and has spoken on the topics of legal ethics and complex issues of law and community planning.
Active in the White Plains community, he has served on the White Plains Planning and Zoning Boards, including serving as Chairman, and currently is President of the Gedney Association, a local family advocacy and service organization. Mr. Guerriere is a co-founder of the Archbishop Stepinac High School Foundation.