Jeremy led the city of San Jose’s efforts to implement the TalentBridge program. Working with the Office of Mayor Chuck Reed in San Jose, Jeremy led the development of San Jose’s first public/private partnership to bring pro-bono talent from city companies to make city services more effective for residents – a program called the Silicon Valley Talent Partnership (SVTP). SVTP projects included building a web-based business permitting and licensing website and building a financial plan for San Jose’s parks. He developed a strategic plan for SVTP that created 4-5 strategic projects in its first year, and brought over 20 pro-bono corporate professionals to the program.
JEREMY GOLDBERG (2012-13) came to FUSE with experience working as a non-profit executive, strategic consultant, and public-private partnership advisor on projects in the United States and abroad focused on information and communications technology for development, public health and education. As Executive Director of the Global Youth Partnership for Africa, he oversaw all operations, managed an international staff and raised more than half a million dollars and in-kind contributions for program activities. After his fellowship, Jeremy continued his work with the City of San Jose, serving as their Talent Partnership Lead and Deputy Chief of Staff for Civic Innovation. In 2015, Jeremy moved to New Orleans to serve as an Advisor on Civic Innovation and Partnerships with Civic Consulting USA, overseeing the design and development of a public-private partnership collaboration with the White House Strong Cities Strong Communities National Resource Network. In the fall of 2015, Jeremy took a role with the Office of Mayor Ed Lee of San Francisco, serving as Director of the Startup in Residence program for the Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation. Jeremy currently serves Deputy CTO of NYCx. NYCx is based out of the New York City Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer. Jeremy holds a BA from the University of Texas at Austin in Political Science and Government along with a Masters in Public Affairs and Practical Politics from the University of San Francisco.
2012-2013 | City of San Jose - Office of the Mayor