Jeremy Gregg is the Chief Development Officer of the Prison Entrepreneurship Program and a three time TEDxspeaker. Here’s a little bit more about Jeremy:
Jeremy Gregg is a three-time TEDx speaker, an award-winning communicator, a published writer, and an experienced leader in both the entrepreneurial and nonprofit arenas. He has raised nearly $40MM for charitable organizations and has also built several successful small businesses. He now serves as the Managing Director of Gregg Partners, a consulting firm focused on nonprofit fundraising and grantwriting. Jeremy also teaches poetry and journalism at the Cistercian Prep School in Irving, TX.
Jeremy has held leadership roles (including two CEO positions) at a number of companies, including an internationally recognized leader in prison rehabilitation, a management support organization that delivers training and consulting to other nonprofits, and a community development organization that improves the lives of over 50,000 low-income families per year. He has been featured in interviews on the BBC, NPR, the Financial Times, Texas Tribune, the New York Times, Forbes, and more. As a freelance writer and ghost writer, Jeremy’s published work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, StackStreet and in cover articles for an industry magazine.
Jeremy earned an Executive MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas and also holds degrees in both Advertising and English from SMU in Dallas, Texas. He serves on the advisory board for the Camp Fire Lone Star Council and is an active volunteer with the Prison Entrepreneurship Program, the Indian Princesses, and the Watch D.O.G.S. program through the National Center for Fathering. Jeremy is passionate about reading, writing and performing poetry; he has volunteered his services as a poetry teacher in several schools, from a public school in the Irving ISD to a juvenile detention center for young women.
To view the episode with Jeremy Gregg on the panel, follow this link: Technology, Entertainment and Design: TED and TEDxSMU