Digital Campaign Strategist in New York
Jereme Bivins has spent the last decade as an organizer, fundraiser, strategist, and campaigner for candidates and causes. At The Rockefeller Foundation, Jereme helped lead the Foundation's digital influence work to advance the Foundation’s point of view through digital media, promote the work of their grantees, and to connect with likeminded influencers working in social impact. As principal and managing director at Good Dog Strategies, Jereme brings his 10+ years of experience in digital communications and social impact to nonprofit, foundation, and social enterprise clients interested in leveraging digital communications for impact.
Formerly a co-organizer of New York City’s Nonprofit Technology Club (501 Tech), which hosts monthly educational and networking opportunities for nonprofit professionals in the metro area, Jereme now serves as the vice-chair of NTEN (501 Tech's parent organization), and is a frequent speaker and contributor to various conferences, events, and media outlets.
Jereme received his bachelor’s degree in political science and biology from Elmira College and his master’s of bioethics from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.