Departments and Positions:
• Executive Director of the McCain-Ravenel Center for Intellectual and Moral Courage
• Theology Department Chair
With a broad background in teaching, administration, and innovation in education, Jeremy started his career after graduate school working as a Forensic Archaeologist and Anthropologist in Southeast Asia. In 1998, he connected with his passion for education when he served as a long-term substitute in a Chester, S.C. public high school. He began working in educational leadership when tasked with directing a growing Global Education program in Rhode Island.
Jeremy serves on the senior leadership team at EHS as the Executive Director of the McCain-Ravenel Center where he leads teams in developing innovative curricula, designs professional development opportunities, and builds the school's network of partners in the greater Washington area and beyond. As Chair of the Theology Department, he teaches courses in World Religions, the Holocaust, and anti-Semitism.
In addition to administrative and academic roles, Jeremy is a Campus Supervisor and the girls' varsity soccer coach.
M.A., Wake Forest University
B.A., Vanderbilt University