Jeremie Greer is the co-founder and co-executive director of Liberation in a Generation, a new racial and economic justice organization that seeks to galvanize the political power of people of color towards their own economic liberation. Previously, Jeremie served as the vice president of policy & research at Prosperity Now, where he oversaw federal policy, state and local policy, applied research, and racial wealth divide teams, which are responsible for developing and executing the organization’s policy and research agendas and advocacy strategies. Prior to joining Prosperity Now, 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 also served in the 2017 cohort of Independent Sector’s American Express NGen Fellows program. 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.