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Professional Development Portfolio



Jeremy began his racial equity work in 2017 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 Serve Wisconsin, Wisconsin's National and Community Service Board 2020-2021 service year's Racial Justice Training Series and Continuous Learning Initiative.


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Participants receive strategies for intervening when microaggressive interactions occur and support for creating equitable spaces for historically marginalized people. The Microaggression Game is easy to understand and simple to play – but hard to forget!


It's A White Man's World: This training provides a historical review of systemic racism from the colonial era through mass incarceration. Participants will learn how institutional policies, interactions among institutions, and differences in resources or investment over time, produce and reproduce racially unequal outcomes.

Will The Real Racists Please Stand Up?: Many well-meaning white people hold stereotypes, unfounded fears, biases and racist beliefs about black people. These internal contradictions are the result of living in a racialized society and manifest as covert racism. During this training, participants will learn how covert racism manifests amongst white people who consider themselves allies to racial justice.

From Actor To Accomplice: This training illuminates the difference between an actor who wants to help people of color and an accomplice who works to dismantle racism. This training provides participants with a framework to identify their level of engagement in racial justice work and recommendations for moving towards being a racial accomplice.



Jeremy Triblett learned to build interactive and engaging presentations for youth, parents and staff that increased program participation in youth-serving agencies nationally. His work evolved to include staff coaching, curriculum design, professional development, change management and resource coordination. 



Jeremy Triblett has identified ten components of youth-centered programs that are fundamental to maintaining quality afterschool experiences for youth. After more than a decade of coaching youth work professionals, facilitating afterschool programs and directing citywide quality improvement initiatives, he has turned 10 components into a quality improvement framework that includes observations, training and coaching.


Nothing For Us Without Us: Nothing 4 Us Without Us introduces participants to best practices for engaging youth as leaders in racial justice initiatives. Youth panelists will share best practices for engaging their peers in creating campaign momentum, developing effective teams and building tactics that produce long-term change.

4 Step Leadership Development: Many well-meaning white people hold stereotypes, unfounded fears, biases and racist beliefs about black people. These internal contradictions are the result of living in a racialized society and manifest as covert racism. During this training, participants will learn how covert racism manifests amongst white people who consider themselves allies to racial justice.


Adultism: Defined as the power adults have over children based on their prejudice and accompanying systematic discrimination against young people. This session is ideal for anyone who works with young people – especially those interested in learning new methods for positive youth development and relationship building between youth and adults. Participants will explore how adultism is embedded in common youth development practices and cultural norms and learn best practices for reducing the impact of adultism on youth programming.


Building Authentic Relationships With Youth: The heart and soul of youth engagement are building healthy relationships with youth. Ideal for adults who are new to youth work, need strategies for engaging youth and programs with high staff turnover. Participants will explore relationship-building principles, practice positive communication techniques for talking to youth and review youth development methods for creating safe and inclusive program environments.  



Maintaining our health and achieving a sense of wellness within ourselves is critical to being our best selves daily. Jeremy Triblett is certified to facilitate nationally validated training and has designed evidence-based workshops to ensure youth and adults have the information to make better decisions, assist others when needed and heal their communities. 



YMHFA is a workshop lead by two trained instructors.  The material will cover information on mental health literacy, adolescent development, anti-stigma messaging and a 5 step process to support youth with a mental health crisis and suicidality.  Participants will learn the signs of a mental health crisis and have the information to refer to outside resources.  This workshop is ideal for those having contact with youth aged 12-25. 


Question Persuade Refer: QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Each year thousands of Americans, like you, are saying "Yes" to saving the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor.

Reducing Mental Health Stigma Amongst Youth: Join me to explore the issue of stigma. Youth will learn how the brain, like all organs, is vulnerable to disease and the labels, hostility and discrimination often experienced by individuals with a mental illness, substance use disorder or an intellectual or developmental disability. Often, youth experiencing these issues may label and stigmatize themselves and their peers. Too often, young people may put up barriers that prevent proper treatment and support from teachers, parents and professionals. This training explores ways to overcome the stigma and the importance of finding trusted adults who can help youth get help.

Adult Mental Health First Aid: Mental Health First Aid for Adults teaches people how to recognize signs of mental health or substance use challenges in adults ages 18 and older, how to offer and provide initial help, and how to guide a person toward appropriate care if necessary. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, psychosis, and addictions.



Jeremy provides cutting-edge training for both virtual and in person platforms. His presentation design services include instructional design for teachers, facilitators and keynote speakers. He coaches 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.


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Whether you're growing you're speaking business or reimagining your classroom curriculum, you'll gain the tools to elevate your content for any audience. Elevate your presentations with materials that complement speaking your abilities.


Presentation Design Clinic: The Presentation Design Clinic is designed to teach participants how to build presentations that include multiple learning styles, effective learning games and brand alignment. Participants will learn how to incorporate multiple learning styles and facilitation methods, integrate learning games and activities and align branding across all aspects of the presentation.

Designing Virtual Presentations For Youth: This training is designed to help presenters, teachers and youth workers develop virtual training for youth. Participants will explore three digital presentation platforms, learn how to apply multiple learning styles virtually and integrate games into presentations via PowerPoint. Everyone will receive tools to accelerate student learning and enhance online classroom participation.