He primarily focuses on facilitating planning meetings and creating the connections between academics, research, and operations necessary to move the university towards a more sustainable future. He brings a unique set of people-related skills from his background in corporate leadership development training and facilitation.
Jeremy still has an active consulting business and keeps one toe in the corporate training and development world. He strongly believes his son should not have to pay the consequences for our current actions and uses that as motivation every day to seek sustainable solutions. He enjoys being outside as much as possible in the form of camping, kayaking, skiing, gardening, and more. The latest book on his reading queue is The Necessary Revolution by Peter Senge.