Jeremy is Jefferson’s Executive Vice President focused on strategy and growth. He leads Jefferson’s new business and proposal efforts. In his multi-decade career at Jefferson, he has led significant growth for the company, more than tripling the size and helping Jefferson enter new service areas and agencies. Jeremy has provided exceptional services to more than 20 federal agency clients in federal acquisition, organizational development, and project management.
Jeremy is Project Management Professional (PMP) certified, and active in a number of government-industry associations. He previously served as the Chair and Vice Chair of the Acquisition Management Shared Interest Group for the American Council on Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC). He has led multiple association projects to improve government-industry communication, including co-authoring the ACT-IAC Industry Day Best Practices guidance. Jeremy was named to the Association of Proposal Management Professional’s (APMP’s) inaugural class of 40 Under 40 recipients. The award recognizes proposal professionals from across the globe who have made a noticeable impression on their companies and the overall profession.
Jeremy received a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts degree with high distinction from Hastings College. Prior to DC, he served as Director of Forensics (competitive speaking) at Doniphan-Trumbull High School in Nebraska, where he created one of the top speaking programs in the state. He is frequently invited to adjudicate local, state, regional, and national forensics tournaments.