About Jeremy - Wiki Style

SUMMARY

Jeremy Haselwood is marketing and business expert with over 20 years of experience. His journey has equipped him with the highs, lows, and perspective to connect with people in an authentic, down-to-earth style. It's what led him to create his personal development platform, E.D.G.E. Academy.
His talents include marketing, creativity, strategy, and compassion. His purpose is to help people and companies identify their vision, then create the roadmap to accomplish it. "Improve the person, improve the leader" is one of his mantras.   

EARLY LIFE

Born and raised in Oklahoma, Jeremy dreamed of being a rock star when he grew up. In fact, he moved to Atlanta at the age of 20 to pursue his musical dreams. Though he started college at the University of Oklahoma, he graduated with honors from Georgia State University with a degree in Marketing.

CAREER

Music - While chasing his dream of music, Jeremy was able to score a Top 100 Pop Radio hit, license his complete catalog to MTV, appear on a reality tv show, and perform at the FedEx Orange Bowl in Miami. He also launched his own music production company, producing and marketing independent and national recording artists. Ask about his Grammy voting!
Marketing - Jeremy's experience in the music industry prepped him for a more "corporate" career. When Jeremy transitioned professionally into a marketing leadership role, he also went back to school and got his Executive MBA, graduating with a 4.0 GPA from Kennesaw State University. He's held digital marketing leadership positions at no less than 3 marketing agencies and led strategy for brands like Coca-Cola and The Salvation Army.
He's been featured as one of the Atlanta Business Journal's "Who's Who," as well as contributed several articles to Forbes.com

 

 

PERSONAL LIFE 

Jeremy lives in Decatur, Georgia with his wife and three kids. He enjoys spending time with them every chance he gets. He also loves to travel and is aiming for his platform to be his ticket to see and impact the world.