Drawing on a solid experience in federal and provincial politics, Jeremy has led numerous large-scale communication projects. Specializing in crisis management and public relations, he possesses an in-depth knowledge of several Canadian media markets.
During his professional, he held several positions in multiple political offices, including serving as an advisor to the Leader of the Official Opposition at the National Assembly, the Minister of Agriculture of Canada, the Minister of National Revenue, and the Minister of Economic Development of Canada.
Over the past few years, Jeremy has led public affairs mandates for several major organizations, notably in the sports sector such as Tennis Canada, Freestyle Canada, the Canadian Hockey League, the Canadian Ski Instructors' Alliance, and the Montreal Sports Council.
Jeremy holds a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from the University of Ottawa and shares his expertise by teaching the Introduction to Public Relations course at the University of Quebec in Outaouais. Simultaneously, he regularly contributes to political analysis for TVA and Cogeco, all while serving on the Board of Directors of the Jeunesses Musicales Canada Foundation.