Jeremy works with a range of funders, nonprofits, and other social sector organizations to create a more equitable economy. He has worked with national funders to define advocacy-focused strategies and approaches to assessing impact, supported coalitions of community-based and educational institutions to advance place-based strategies for social and economic change, and helped several public-private, multi-funder collaboratives design and execute long-term partnerships for conservation and sustainable development.

Select Redstone Projects

  • Helped quickly growing philanthropies develop strategies to advance racial justice through criminal justice reform and address housing and homelessness challenges
  • Designed a novel index to measure economic mobility holistically in California and a new approach to impact measurement for think tanks promoting inclusive growth around the globe
  • Developed a strengths-based capacity building program for innovative nonprofits seeking to scale their impact on economic opportunity
  • Advanced a public-private agreement for long-term conservation of the world’s largest network of land conservation areas

Background

Jeremy joined Redstone in 2010 and returned after completing graduate school. He also has spent time at The White House Office of Management and Budget; Hope Enterprise Corporation, a family of community and economic development organizations based in Jackson, MS; and impact investor Sonen Capital. He has an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School, where he was a Louis Bacon Environmental Leadership Fellow; an MBA from Stanford, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar; and a BA from Yale. Jeremy has worked throughout the U.S. and Latin America, and speaks Portuguese and Spanish.