Joseph C. Senerchia is a Pelham Manor native, born and raised. A 1993 graduate of Pelham Memorial High School, he graduated Cum Laude from Manhattan College with a degree in Marketing and served as President of the Marketing Honor Society. Mr. Senerchia is a current Trustee completing a one year term in the Village of Pelham Manor. Previously, he served as a member of the Village of Pelham Manor Zoning Board of Appeals. He also served as a Trustee in the Village of Pelham, where he was the liaison to the Village of Pelham Police Department and liaison to the Pelham Chamber of Commerce. In addition to leading contract negotiations, he was instrumental in soliciting bidding and reviewing plans pertaining to flooding and remediation grants for the Village of Pelham. He is a licensed electrical contractor who owns and operates a local business with his father and brothers.
Mr. Senerchia is a member of the Pelham Little League Board, Pelham Civic Association and active in Pelham Youth Hockey. He started the annual “Strike Out ALS” softball tournament 12 years ago that has not only raised awareness of the disease, but has raised over $125,000 for the ALS Association, Columbia University and the Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Foundation. He lives in Pelham Manor with his wife Kirsten, and their four young children Isabella, Mia, Joseph Jr. and Sebastian, three of whom attend Prospect Hill, his alma mater.