Jeremy Everett is the founding director of the Texas Hunger Initiative and a congressional appointee to the National Comission of Hunger. Jeremy has worked for international and community development organizations in various capacities, such as a teacher, religious leader, community organizer, fundraiser, and organic farmer. He frequently delivers presentations to churches, non-profit organizations, universities, and the government sector on the subjects of poverty, community development and organization, hunger, and social entrepreneurship. Jeremy regularly writes for the Huffington Post and has been featured on PBS documentaries and talk shows such as Feeding Minds: Texas Takes on Hunger and Obesity. Jeremy earned a bachelor's degree from Samford University and a Master of Divinity Degree from Baylor University. He's also the co-author of Advancing Childhood Food Security Through Organizing Strategies.
- MA, Divinity, Baylor University
- BA, Samford University
- Director, Texas Hunger Initiative, School of Social Work, Baylor University