Edward Giannaros – Bio:

Edward Giannaros is a lifelong Farmington.resident who has served on its Town Council since 2017. A financial and budget analyst who works as a Software Developer for Finance at The Travelers, he is a product of Farmington’s strong public-school system, including Union School, IAR Middle School and Farmington High School.

During his first Town Council term, Edward has led initiatives to adopt a competitive bidding process, create a more transparent budget and to switch to a health insurance plan that will result in cost savings. He serves as Council Liaison to the Economic Development Commission, Unionville Historic District Commission and the Farmington Library Board. He also chaired the Farmington High School Facility and Financial Ad Hoc Committee.

With The Travelers Companies since 2007, Edward has filled a variety of roles, among them Senior Financial Analyst/Consultant and Consultant of Information Delivery for Finance, with responsibilities that include budget and impact analysis, budget forecasting, data analysis, long-term planning, and software development.

Edward earned his MBA in 2007, with a concentration in Finance, from the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford. He also has a B.S. in International Business from The George Washington University School of Business (2005).

Edward Giannaros was raised in a family that instilled in him a strong sense of civic responsibility and public service, values he has embraced. He was first elected, at the age of 22, to the Zoning Board of Appeals. He served on ZBA for 12 years, including 5 years as Chairman. Edward has served the people of Farmington for 14 years, and believes strongly in giving back to the community that has given him so much.

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Vote Row A November 5th
Edward Giannaros
2nd District Town Council

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