Jeremy Geffen, an entertainment management professional, possesses several years of experience in the industry. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, Jeremy Geffen joined William Morris Agency. Initially starting in the mailroom, he quickly advanced to the television department before leaving to join Endeavor Talent Agency, where he worked with the motion picture literature division.
Developing an interest in the music industry, Geffen contributed to The Velvet Rope Tour for Janet Jackson, where he worked with musicians Roger Davies and Lindsey Scott. For several years, he represented and managed several songwriters and performers. He later joined Creative Management Group as a General Manager where he handled daily responsibilities for the artist SisQó. Geffen also oversaw the groups Dream and Blaque and consulted for Robin Gibb.
Former owner of Jeremy Geffen Management, he oversaw the consultancy and music management company since its founding in 2002. Located in Los Angeles, California, the group managed and guided the careers of recording artists and music producers. Representing an array of talent, Geffen and his team advanced the career of the TrackBoyz, a production team that was nominated for a Grammy for Nelly’s “Air Force Ones” and Nappy Roots’ “Po’ Folks.” He signed J-Kwon to the company, who later reached number two on the Billboard’s Hot 100. Under the guidance of Geffen, artists flourished and accumulated millions of album sales. He was a driving force in the soundtracks for Shark Tales, The Longest Yard, xXx, and Torque. In 2005, Jeremy Geffen Management was acquired by Sanctuary Management, and in 2009, he opened a new business, Geffen Management Group.