Born and raised in the Sunflower Capital of Canada (Altona, MB) Jeremy has called Winnipeg home for the better part of the last 10 years. After graduating from W.C. Miller Collegiate, Jeremy entered university with his eyes set on a career in media. During this time he wrote for The Hockey News, The Winnipeg Blue Bombers, and a variety of local/national publications. In 2008, he graduated from Canadian Mennonite University with a double-major degree in Communications and Media and Biblical and Theological Studies. Jeremy spent the next three years at Mennonite Collegiate Institute in Gretna as their Communications Director, where he discovered his love for helping young people think deeply and act boldly (i.e. teaching) as he coached basketball and led student groups. In 2012, he graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Education specializing in Senior Education. Returning to the prairies, Jeremy spent the 2012-2013 school year working at Westpark School in Portage la Prairie, where he taught high school English, Social Studies, and French. Whether completing his PADI SCUBA diving certification off the coast of Honduras or finishing his Post-Baccalaureate at the University of Manitoba, Jeremy has found many opportunities to get back into the classroom during the summer months. He is currently working on his Master of Education as a member of the Education for Sustainability and Well-being Research Group at the University of Manitoba. He is a proud West End resident and an attending member of The Table worship community.