No stranger to the nonprofit and public health world, Jeremy brings extensive expertise to ZERO as our Director of Patient Programs & Education. Based in St. Louis, Jeremy previously held multiple leadership roles in the cancer nonprofit sector, with the most notable being manager of Community Programs at Susan G. Komen.
Jeremy earned his B.A. in Psychology from Truman State University, followed by earning his MPH from Saint Louis University. After his studies, Jeremy immediately entered the public health world leading grantmaking, assessing community needs for his organizations, and spearheading education programs in the oncology nonprofit space. What excites Jeremy most about working with ZERO is the opportunity to be involved in the mission to serve cancer patients and their families, and to one day bring an end to the suffering that prostate cancer brings to so many.
In his off-time, Jeremy is either spending time with his family or studying up on trivia, as his dream is to one day compete on Jeopardy! If you have any questions about patient or education programs at ZERO, or if you know a producer at Jeopardy, click here to connect with Jeremy.