Jeremie Greer, Vice President, Policy & Research
Areas of Expertise: Applied Research, Federal Policy
Jeremie Greer is Vice President of Policy & Research at CFED. In this role, Jeremie oversees CFED's Government Affairs and Applied Research teams, which are responsible for developing and executing the organization’s policy and research agendas and advocacy strategies.
Previously, Jeremie served as CFED’s Director of Government Affairs. Prior to joining CFED, he was a Senior Policy Officer at the Local Initiatives Support Corporation where he led LISC policy advocacy on an array of federal issues including public housing, workforce development, asset building, green development, community service, smart growth, transportation and community safety. Jeremie also spent time at the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO), where he provided non-partisan and fact-based federal policy analysis to the United States Congress in the areas of housing, community development, workforce, education, human services and environmental protection. He began his career at the community level working in the Columbia Heights and Shaw neighborhoods in the District of Columbia where he provided capacity building and technical support to small community-based organizations to help enhance their ability to serve low- and moderate-income DC residents.
Jeremie has a Bachelor’s of Social Work from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, and a Master’s of Public Policy from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA.
"We Are in This Together: Bipartisan Solutions to Preserve the American Dream," in What It's Worth: Strengthening the Financial Future of Families, Communities and the Nation
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Most Recent Blog Posts
Jan 26, 2017
Donald Trump has just been sworn in as our next president and already newly emboldened congressional Republicans are planning assaults on an agency that exists to help all consumers, regardless of party affiliation.
Jan 21, 2016
The Department of Labor recently released a set of proposed rules that, if adopted, would make it possible to help millions of low-wage workers build up a retirement nest egg.
Aug 28, 2015
Making low-wage workers fill out more paperwork is not going to solve the problem.
Apr 15, 2015
Today officially marks the end of this year’s tax season which, depending on a person’s filing status, can either mean it’s just another day
Mar 23, 2015
Last week, Patricia Cohen of the New York Times published an article highlighting CFED’s recent report on tax programs, From Upside Down to Right-Side Up.
Feb 19, 2014
In a month when we celebrate the bravery and sacrifices made every day by extraordinary people to advance racial equality
Oct 24, 2013
Highlights from the ABPN convening taking place now in Texas with 60 attendees representing 50 organizations across 11 states.
Sep 13, 2013
All-in Nation is noteworthy for how it advances the conversation about asset-based strategies that create pathways for economic security.
Jul 24, 2013
After failing to pass a Farm Bill in early July, House Republicans last week managed to pass a pared-down Farm Bill without the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
May 21, 2013
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May 2, 2013
As a former Pell Grant recipient, I can personally attest to the power of the Pell grant, which made my own college education possible.
Aug 30, 2012
Have you ever worked hard to persuade a policymaker to support something that would improve your community
Aug 29, 2012
This headline, which appeared in The New York Times on August 22nd, should scare anyone who cares about the wealth
Aug 24, 2012
While watching your favorite cable news program, have you ever spontaneously blurted out in angry frustration comments like