Jeremy Goldberg

Jeremy is passionate about his causes—sports, politics, world peace, and conflict resolution—which has been instrumental in the evolution of his role as president and quarterback at LeagueApps from the industry’s only youth sports management platform to a mission-driven organization.

While LeagueApps, itself, is a force to be reckoned with, having been recognized in back-to-back years on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™, as well as having won “Best Employers In Sports” from Front Office Sports, and “Best Places to Work” from BuiltIn NYC, it’s in their commitment to donate 1% of annual revenue to sports-based youth organizations that has set them apart.

In 2020, in response to the pandemic, Jeremy launched PLAY Sports Coalition with five leading industry organizations, to provide lobbying and regulatory support to youth sports organizers who were unable to get PPP loans or government support because of the way their businesses are set up and run.

Jeremy also is an operating partner at 212MEDIA, a venture development firm that produced LeagueApps, Homer, Saavn (exited to Reliance Jio), and LiftMetrix (exited to Hootsuite). Previously, he served in technology strategy roles at the Mitchell Madison Group and Generate Insights and was the founder and CEO of poliVOICE.

He’s worked for both Obama for America and for Seeds of Peace—and he currently serves as an executive board member for both Seeds of Peace and Search for Common Ground. Jeremy holds a bachelor’s degree with honors from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and a master’s of international affairs from The School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York City.

He and his wife live with their two children in Pennsylvania.

“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.”