Jeremy grew up in a small island community in Southeast Alaska and has used a manual wheelchair since 1989. He moved to Idaho in the early nineties to attend Boise State University, where he earned undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice Administration and Sociology, and a graduate degree is Applied Historical Research. Jeremy holds a certificate from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy & Governance Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute, and from the University of Missouri’s College of Human & Environmental Sciences, School of Architectural Studies, ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program.
Jeremy has twenty years of nonprofit management experience, and 10 years in executive leadership. Most recently, he was an emergency preparedness program specialist with the Idaho State Independent Living Council, working with local, state, and federal emergency management and public health partners to improve disaster response and recovery for people with disabilities.
Jeremy currently serves on the Valley Regional Transit Regional Advisory Council, the City of Boise ADA Parking Advisory Committee, and the Ada County Highway District ADA Advisory Committee. He is a founding board member of the Idaho Access Project and is the board secretary for Idaho Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster. Jeremy lives in southeast Boise with his wife Maria and their cats.
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