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As a member of the leadership team and the office expert on famous movie lines, Jeremy is accountable for providing day-to-day oversight of agency operations, including growth, profitability and retention.
Jeremy also focuses on the personal and professional growth of WordWrite team members by helping them develop solutions to the challenges they confront in their specific roles. At the client level, Jeremy oversees account leaders in developing the objectives and strategies that align with industry best practices.
Jeremy joined WordWrite in 2011 from the marketing and business development department at law firm Burns White LLC, where he helped establish the firm’s attorneys as thought leaders within their practice areas, handled media relations and managed the firm’s website and social media program. Prior to Burns White, Jeremy managed media relations and print advertising for nationally-renowned musical theater producer Pittsburgh CLO. And before diving into public relations with Culver Academies, Jeremy spent a few years as an award-winning sports writer in suburban Columbus, Ohio, with the Marion Star and ThisWeek Community Newspapers. His work has appeared in dozens of daily and weekly newspapers, most notably The Canton (Ohio) Repository, The Columbus Dispatch and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
A cum laude graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, and member of the Kappa Tau Alpha National Journalism Honor Society, Jeremy spent his first two years of college at Hobart (N.Y.) College, where he earned two varsity letters as a member of the NCAA Division III men’s hockey team.
As an active member of the community, Jeremy was elected to the Mt. Lebanon Community Foundation Board of Directors in 2014 and has been a member of the Mt. Lebanon Hockey Association board since 2017. He is a Level 4 USA Hockey certified coach with 17 years of experience, including six years coaching and recruiting for Culver Military Academy, one of the top prep school hockey programs in the country. A former head coach at Shady Side Academy, Jeremy also spent five years as an assistant coach with the Mt. Lebanon High School varsity program. He currently coaches multiple age groups for the Mt. Lebanon Hornets youth program.
Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are. – John Wooden