Jeremy Cramer has spent his career supporting leading nonprofit organizations focused on systemic change in both health care and education. He started his career in philanthropy by working in the Development office at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, then led the major gifts fundraising program at The ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world’s first nonprofit biotechnology company. Jeremy led the Office of Alumni Affairs and the capital fundraising team at Fay School in Boston and the major gifts program at the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley.
Jeremy served as the Deputy Director of External Affairs at City Year Miami before serving as Vice President of Major Gifts for City Year nationally. In this capacity, he led the organization’s successful $150M 25th Anniversary Campaign to scale City Year’s impact.
After City Year, Jeremy became the Chief Development Officer at Facing History and Ourselves, a global anti-bigotry organization. While at Facing History, Jeremy helped to increase annual revenue by more than 40% and developed and executed a diversified fundraising strategy that accelerated the organization’s impact.
Jeremy is the Founder and CEO of Exponential Philanthropy, a boutique philanthropic advisory and consulting firm. He serves as Philanthropic Advisor to The Crimson Lion / Lavine Family Foundation and consults with leading national nonprofits on their fundraising strategy and governance, builds unique giving programs to attract transformational philanthropy, and coaches CEOs and Executive leadership. Jeremy holds a BA from Tufts University and an MS in Nonprofit Leadership from Northeastern University.