Jeremy produces articles, case studies, and other materials to highlight the impact of Cities of Service programs and supports coalition cities in storytelling at the local level.
Jeremy comes to Cities of Service from Trinity Church Wall Street, where he was the managing editor of its quarterly magazine and developed communications materials in a variety of media. Previously, he held management and development positions at the Gulf Region Advocacy Center, which provided legal support to people facing the death penalty in Texas. He serves on the board of Advancing Real Change, an organization that seeks to transform the U.S. criminal justice system.
He holds a MFA in writing from The New School and a bachelor’s degree from Rice University. He lives with his wife and daughter in Brooklyn.