Jeremiah is a passionate educator, a firm believer in expanding higher educational opportunities, and an advocate for global citizenship. He has over a decade of experience in corporate finance and analytics, and seven years of college teaching experience both in the United States and Kenya at the high school, undergraduate, and graduate levels.
One of Jeremiah’s research interests is in the dynamic role of immigrant communities not only in transforming rundown neighborhoods into vibrant business hubs but also as a potent catalyst for national and global economic development. Jeremiah is an active member of the Kenya Diaspora Advisory Committee, which advises the Kenyan Embassy in Washington, DC on issues pertaining to Kenyans living in the United States of America. He also mentors and helps immigrants/international students acculturate to the U.S. school system.
Presently, Jeremiah is finishing his doctoral dissertation in the Ed.D. program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He earned a Bachelor of Education at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya, and an M.B.A. at Saint Mary’s.