|Stanford University, BA|
|Northwestern Law, JD|
|Kellogg School of Management, MBA|
JEREMY C WILSON has one of the most widely read blogs in the MBA world. Various sites have named him top MBA blogger. He writes about the social enterprise revolution, entrepreneurship, leadership and doing things differently.
MBA Crystal Ball says that Jeremy wins the battle of MBA bloggers hands down. BeatTheGMAT.com says Jeremy is one of our first premier partners because of his authentic voice and ability to connect with MBA aspirants. One MSNBC Contributor says “his blog and message truly have a voice that will be heard.” And two universities have gone to him for advice while setting up their school blogs.
Throughout his career, Jeremy has worked on with a number of startups, political campaigns, and non-profits. Most recently, he’s worked with Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, Management Leadership for Tomorrow, GottaMentor.com, BeatTheGMAT.com and the Northwestern Entrepreneurship Law Center. Jeremy also worked with renowned Silicon Valley CEO and Top 30 Entrepreneur Alyssa Rapp as an early employee at Bottlenotes.com.
Jeremy’s latest project, the Education Matters Project, just launched in early April. Funded by the McCormick Foundation and powered by Blue State Digital, the site’s mission is “to change the way humankind views the benefits of education and to help fund a world-class education for those who need it most.” He recently presented on the project at Rosario Dawson and VotoLatino’s Power Summit in Los Angeles.
Jeremy recently completed a dual law and business degree (JD/MBA) at Northwestern Law School and the Kellogg School of Management, where he was named a McCormick Scholar, Vedder Price Scholar, NBMBAA Scholar, NSHMBA Scholar, Kellogg Diversity Scholar, Verizon Scholar.
Jeremy graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Cultural Anthropology where he received a full ride scholarship.
Early voices from The Education Matters ProjectAdded: 6/14/12
Voto Latino Supports Education Matters at 2012 Power SummitAdded: 6/20/12
MLT supports the Education Matters Project at the 2012 MLT MBA Prep ConferenceAdded: 6/14/12