Jeremy Daley was born and raised on the island of Jamaica. Early on, he was taught the value of education and how it can propel him to greater heights. After moving to the U.S. at the age of 10, Jeremy grew up in a Massachusetts suburb, where he became very active in sports. Through extracurricular activities, Jeremy quickly learned the value of a team and how much such engaging activities can impact the mind and lives of young people. Jeremy went on to get his degree at Northeastern University in Communications Media Studies and a minor in African-American Studies. It was in college that Jeremy first became a mentor and saw how influential he could be with students. After exploring a sales position in Chicago for 2-years, Jeremy returned to Boston and became an 8th grade History teacher at a local charter school. He quickly developed a passion for teaching and wanted to continue to motivate young minds to do great things. In addition to his teaching, Jeremy has facilitated numerous workshops on video production and using the power of video to convey a message that academic excellence yields great results. Eager to get back into Higher Education, he returned to Northeastern University, joining their admission department. There, he served 4-years as an Admissions Counselor before being promoted to Assistant Director of Admission, representing the Boston area. He was the main recruiter for all Boston Public Schools, Charter Schools and Catholic Schools in Boston and surrounding cities. His responsibilities included traveling to area schools as well as the application review of all students applying to Northeastern from the Boston Area.
Continuing to conduct workshops on video production as well as serving as a mentor for over 30 students, Jeremy has remained involved in the local communities. He is dedicated to showing young adults how to achieve their goals with the proper focus, planning and preparation. He will continue his work as an Associate Consultant of the Independent Consultants of Education (I.C.E.) team.