Vice President of Mission AdvancementCompany: Tri-Faith Initiative
Role: Session Presenter
Jeremy is an advisor, scholar, and thought leader on a variety of topics including:
Marginalized and New Religious Communities
Racism and Religion
Implementing practical strategies for DEI in the workplace and community
Interfaith Dialogue Welcoming the Unaffiliated
American Secularism’s Relationship with Religion
Interfaith Understandings in the Abrahamic Scriptures
A Fremont, Nebraska native, Jeremy received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Human Resources from Wayne State College. He then attended the University of Iowa, graduating with his Master of Arts in Religious Studies in 2018. A passionate advocate of the practical and theoretical applications of religious studies, Jeremy has taught various courses on modern religion, the Bible, and the Holocaust in academic settings.
As Vice President of Mission Advancement, Jeremy has led, taught, and developed a variety of educational programs and curricula. Jeremy also leads Religious Other Inclusion’s workshops and training on inclusion in the workplace and schools, and supports university partnerships in a variety of capacities – including the Abrahamic Religions in Dialogue course offered at University of Nebraska at Omaha. Jeremy also teaches Abraham’s Whiteboard and leads a wide variety of initiatives promoting better relationships and understanding across religious and nonreligious lines of difference.
Jeremy has received awards and fellowships for his leadership and social advocacy, including the Ron Holt Civic Engagement Award, the Newman Civic Fellowship, and multiple Future Business Leader of America Scholarships. Jeremy’s Master’s thesis focused on strategies to respond to the rise of white nationalism in American religions through case studies on Odinism.
As a full-time religion nerd, Jeremy is always finding new things to learn about, find relevance for, and share with the community. He loves religious diversity, BattleBots, his spouse, and pets.