Jeremy Triblett is the founder of Jeremy Triblett LLC, where he designs evidence-based presentations, curriculums, youth programs, and professional  development training for corporations and public figures across the nation. Jeremy's passion for creating content that equips everyone to be their best selves has led to partnerships with nonprofits, international public figures, and Fortune 500 companies. He is sought out as a keynote speaker, lead trainer, presentation designer and coach.

 

Jeremy began his racial equity work with Marquette University after developing The Microaggression Game Training, which uses scenario-based learning to help participants understand how marginalized people might interpret, internalize, and react to daily subtle slights and insults. The Milwaukee County Executive Office later commissioned him to plan and facilitate the first enterprise-level strategic planning effort in 20 years around a vision of achieving racial equity to become the healthiest county in Wisconsin. He continued to advance racial equity initiatives as the creator of the 2020-2021 service year's Racial Justice Training Series and Continuous Learning Initiative for Serve Wisconsin, Wisconsin's National and Community Service Board.

 

Jeremy provides training and design services for both novice and experienced public speakers. He's dedicated to providing his clients with the tools they need to engage their audiences and develop outstanding presentations.

Jeremy offers cutting-edge training, both virtually and in person. His presentation design services include instructional design for teachers, facilitators and keynote speakers. He coaches our clients on how to tell compelling stories, create engaging learning processes and design learning materials. Whether you're growing your speaking business or reimagining your classroom curriculum, you'll gain the tools to elevate your content for any audience.

 

Jeremy has acquired multiple certifications throughout his career, including a Certificate of Entrepreneurship from UWM School of Continuing Education. Since 2016 he has been a Youth Program Quality Intervention External Assessor and YPQI Manager Coach for the David P National Council for Behavioral Health certified him as both a Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aid trainer in 2019. In 2019 Jeremy also became a certified AED/CPR First Aid trainer through the American Red Cross.