As Communications Strategist, Jeremy Ohmes leads all communications and marketing for the Center for Humans and Nature's publications and platforms.
Jeremy received a Master of Science in Journalism from University of Oregon. His thesis work focused on a narrative history of Vanport, Oregon—the nation's largest World War II public housing project, which was destroyed in a flood in 1948. He also received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Loyola University Chicago.
Previously, Jeremy led all editorial projects for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he helped develop integrated marketing and communications plans for print, web, email, social media, and advertising. He has also been a freelance writer for a number of publications, including Time Out Chicago, Chicago Sun-Times, The Oregonian, Eugene Weekly, and PopMatters.
When he's not writing or communicating, Jeremy can be found gardening or training for a marathon—but usually not at the same time.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMANS & NATURE:Articles in Minding Nature:
- Recovering Indigeneity: A Conversation about Food, Health, and Wellbeing
From Minding Nature’s Spring 2020, Volume 13, Number 2 issue.
- Questions for a Resilient Future Responses from Loyola University Chicago
From Minding Nature’s January 2017, Volume 10, Number 1 issue.