|Education:||B.S., Stanford University|
Chele Farley was the 2018 Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate for New York, losing to incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand in the general election.
Farley received a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University. After college, Farley worked in the financial services industry in New York, working at UBS Capital and Goldman Sachs before joining Mistral Capital International. She has served as New York City finance chair for the New York State Republican Party.