Jeremy graduated from Franklin Central High School in 2003. He attended IUPUI and graduated in the summer of 2009 with a BS in Manufacturing Graphics Communication and an AS in Computer Graphics. Jeremy’s telco background includes AT&T mobility sales for 3 years, T-Mobile B2B for 6 months, and Comcast Business for 6 years. His specialties include voice over IP (VOIP) phone systems and managed Internet connections. Outside of work, Jeremy’s interests are his family, cars, and sports. He especially enjoys coaching his son’s baseball team and attending car shows.
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