Areas of Expertise: Communications; diversity, equity, inclusion and justice; harm reduction
My heart’s work is a commitment to the actualization of beautiful futures for generations past, present and future – especially for Black, queer and trans students; educators; and friends.
As senior manager of strategic foresight, Jeremiah-Anthony manages projects related to the future of math and the future of assessment, contributes writing and research support for publications and supports external engagements.
Jeremiah-Anthony brings strong writing and project management skills to Her role, having built and applied those skills in a range of nonprofit environments, including Brothers Empowered to Teach in New Orleans, Louisiana and Futures Without Violence and HIPS in Washington, D.C. She holds a master’s degree in public administration and policy from American University and bachelor’s degrees in mass communication and African and African American studies from Louisiana State University.
With Her macabre wit and sense of humor, Jeremiah-Anthony explores the depths of humanity – joy, sorrow and everything in between – through music, poetry, cooking, art, fashion, culture, travel and relationships.