United States of America
Years in the field:
11 – 15 Years
Areas of Expertise
Distance/Digital Learning, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion + Access, Education, Exhibits development, Grants/Foundational Giving, Outreach and Public Engagement, Project Management, Research & Evaluation, Strategic Planning
Using his knowledge and experience in the arts, culture, education, technology, and evaluation fields, Jeremy has worked with cultural arts and science organizations since 2008 to help them evaluate their programs, exhibitions, and goals to make them more meaningful and useful. As a company, STEAM Workgroup aims to address the gaps that all too frequently exist between the contexts, the stories, and the data – empowering the collaborator to drive the conversation and to dance in the complexity. With teaching and evaluation experiences complementing his training in ethnomusicology, Jeremy uses a flexible, syncretic, collaborative, and multidisciplinary approach to his work. He is experienced with a wide variety of approaches to evaluation as well as relevant research methodologies, and his work is published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at conferences. He is regularly invited to partner with other evaluation and research groups to assist with project strategy, data analysis, and reporting. Samples of his relevant evaluation experiences include partners such as: Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, Indiana University Perdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Cumberland Arts, Minnesota Arts Board, Columbus Zoo, Cincinnati Zoo, American Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, and Young Audiences Maryland/Arts in Learning. Jeremy is active in local and national evaluation and research associations and is currently serving on three leadership councils for the American Evaluation Association (Arts, Culture, and Museums; Multiethnic Issues in Evaluation Social Justice Committee; Nonprofits and Foundations) as part of his passion for equity.
Work examples and other details can be found at steamworkgroup.com.