Jeremiah approaches training and coaching as an inherently developmental endeavor. This means meeting clients where they are and, through joint inquiry, exploring how they might expand their way of knowing, doing and being to realize their desired commitments to change.
Jeremiah’s purpose is to spark transformation. He defines this as sparking others to be and become in new and expanded ways that positively impact themselves, others, and their world. Presently, he looks to fulfill this purpose for himself and others as a coach, facilitator, professor and thought leader.
Throughout his career, Jeremiah has contributed in various fields, including finance, brand management, and learning and development. At the outset of his career, he spent five years in the energy industry in finance and accounting roles. After serving as Head of Leadership Development at Mars, most recently, he is entering the next phase of his career as an independent coach, facilitator, consultant, and educator.
Jeremiah graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arkansas with a BS in accounting. He completed his MBA at the Tuck School of Business in 2008. He graduated in 2018 with an M.Ed. in Leadership and Organizational Performance from Peabody College at Vanderbilt University.
Jeremiah is married to Amber, and together they have two boys. They also serve as foster parents. The family loves spending time together at their home in Middle Tennessee.
- I once was the radio commentator for a local HS football team
- My first drink was a shot of bourbon….at age 33!
- I am a 16-year cancer survivor
- Met my wife on a blind date!
- We are foster parents
- I don’t drink coffee unless its masquerading as a frozen dessert