What We Do
Jeremy brings to IFTF a background in macroeconomic and currency theory, geopolitics, and international entrepreneurship. In addition to supporting the work of Distinguished Fellow Bob Johansen, Jeremy focuses on the future of logistics, distribution, and communications in “high delta markets” (formerly frontier markets), drawing on his entrepreneurial and professional experience in West Africa over the past four years. He is passionate about drawing divergent links between subjects, finding the links between creativity and quantitative analysis, and creating collaborations of mutual benefit between people of all kinds.
In addition to his work with IFTF, Jeremy is the co-founder of the Rise Up Development Collective, a nonprofit that supports a health clinic for Ghana's Wli Todzi community, and the Director of MCP for the Handshake Network. He has degrees in Politics and Economics from University of California, Santa Cruz.