Jeremy Goldberg

Jeremy is an Operating Partner at [212]MEDIA, which owns and operates a portfolio of media & entertainment ventures in partnership with the world’s most respected media companies. The company aggregates niche, but large audiences through content and utility, including businesses in Bollywood (Saavn), digital children’s content (Speakaboos), recreational sports (Sportsvite), and casual gaming (Snakblox).

Jeremy also serves as the Chief Revenue Officer and a member of the management team at Sportsvite.

Jeremy begun his career as a technology strategy consultant at Mitchell Madison Group, a spinoff of McKinsey & Company and A.T. Kearney, and founded and led poliVOICE, a DC-based technology company that developed pioneering technology for political and public affairs organizations.

Jeremy also deep experience in the non-profit and public sector. Most importantly, he served as the Director of Development at Seeds of Peace between 2001-2006. He is also the Founder of Generate Insights, a consulting firm that advised international non-profits on strategy, development, and communications. Jeremy is also active in politics, currently serving on Obama’s National Finance Committee, as co-chair of Technology for Obama, and as National Co-Chairman for Gen44, the campaign’s official young professional arm. Jeremy is an executive board member of Soliya, which is an Exchange 2.0 program to build bridges between the Muslim world and the West, and also serves on the board of Reboot, a Jewish leadership organization, and Foundation Rwanda, which helps kids in Rwanda through education.

Jeremy is an honors graduate of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, and received a Masters in International Affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, where he was awarded the Alice Stetten Fellowship and a Teaching Assistantship in Statistics.

“I support Seeds of Peace because I want to invest in the human infrastructure to create peace in the Middle East and South Asia. Every day, one can read the papers and watch the news and see reminder of the conflicts and challenges facing our world. By supporting Seeds of Peace, I feel like I’m able to help the world write a different story: one characterized by coexistence and understanding. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, Seeds of Peace is not just an abstract concept for me. I’ve met the Seeds that will end these conflicts. I’ve seen the future.”