Jeremy P. Anderson is a consultant and executive coach with more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit and corporate business development; organizational and strategic planning; fundraising strategy and interim leadership; and creative meeting facilitation and event planning. His experiences in the corporate sector, on nonprofit executive teams, as a board member and leader, and through his multi-faceted consulting work have created a unique perspective that benefits every client relationship. Grounded in his core values of Joy, Purpose and Authenticity, Jeremy brings a refreshing sense of honesty, action-based execution, and humor to every person he meets and project he completes.
Jeremy specializes in strategic, operational and business planning; fundraising and campaign assessment and creation; interim development leadership; board activation and engagement; and meeting and retreat facilitation. He has partnered with many organizations including Cooking Matters Colorado, Denver Scholarship Foundation, Jewish Family Service of Colorado, ONE Colorado, and Swallow Hill Music, to name a few. He is Vice President of the Board of Directors of We Don’t Waste, as well as the founder and managing director of Brunch + Broadway, a social club that gathers for brunch and theatrical performances throughout the year.
Before launching his consulting practice, Jeremy served as Chief Development Officer at Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver and as Associate Director of Development at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Prior to his work in the nonprofit sector, Jeremy was the Director of Marketing, Sales Strategy and Community Relations at BNY Mellon Wealth Management. Jeremy is a 2015 graduate of Georgetown University’s New Strategies for Nonprofit Executives and a certified trainer of Mike Dooley’s Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Changing Your Life. He lives in Denver’s Uptown neighborhood with his partner Tom and their lazy rescue dog Stanley. Jeremy enjoys adventurous travel, mindfulness retreats and experiences, all types of theatrical productions, and learning to play the ukulele.