06 Mar 2013

Jeremy Gregg – TEDxSMU 2012

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Jeremy Gregg is the chief development officer for the Prison Entrepreneurship Program, a pioneering nonprofit that delivers the nation’s best results in terms of recidivism, employment and small business creation among ex-offenders. Before joining the staff, Jeremy served as a volunteer member of PEP’s Dallas Advisory Board from 2007 until 2012.
Prior to PEP, Jeremy served as executive director of The PLAN Fund and Executives in Action, a nonprofit that places out-of-work executives on pro bono consulting projects at other nonprofit organizations. He received his Executive MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas, and earned degrees in both creative advertising and English from SMU. His wife Natalie is an entrepreneur who now leads her own law firm (and also blogs for Huffington Post), and together they are raising two future small business owners named Madeleine and Harper. Jeremy blogs about prison, poetry and philanthropy at JeremyGregg.com.

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