Raised in California, Jeremy moved to the Washington, D.C. area at the age of 18 to attend university. Through education and luck, he became a Fulbright Fellow, a Presidential Management Fellow, and found ways to live and work across vast swaths of the world. Professionally, Jeremy helped remove unexploded ordnance from war-ravaged countries; stem the flow of the world's most dangerous weapons; and potentially reduced the likelihood of war between a couple of the world’s most powerful countries.
He lives in McLean, Virginia, with his wife, son and daughter where he continues to work on preventing future war and warning the world about the human cost of violence. Learn more about my work.