Jeremy specializes in international issues and supports clients with research and advice on a variety of files including food policy, agriculture, education, security, and trade. Jeremy brings a strong background in food and nutrition policy, with on the ground research experience on food security issues in India. He also holds a chef training certification from George Brown College. Jeremy started his career in education, where he worked on social justice initiatives, academic program design, and event management at an international study centre in the United Kingdom.
Jeremy is also passionate about international development, and has worked on democracy support initiatives in Myanmar, and with refugees in France. Jeremy was born in Burlington, Ontario and holds a Master of Global Affairs from the Munk School at the University of Toronto and Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Political Studies from Queen’s University.