Jeremy Gregg originally wanted to be a poet, but he decided to go after the big money in nonprofit management in 2001. After serving as a volunteer member of the Dallas Advisory Board for the Prison Entrepreneurship Program since 2007, he was named the organization’s Chief Development Officer in 2012. PEP is a pioneering nonprofit that delivers the nation’s best results in terms of recidivism, employment and small business creation among ex-offenders.

Jeremy previously served as Executive Director for a microlending institution called The PLAN Fund (now PeopleFund) as well as the founding Executive Director for Executives in Action, a nonprofit that places out-of-work executives on pro bono consulting projects at other nonprofit organizations. He received his Executive MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas, and previously earned degrees in both creative advertising and English from SMU in Dallas, Texas. His wife Natalie is also an entrepreneur who now leads her own law firm (and who also blogs for Huffington Post), and together they are raising two future small business owners named Madeleine and Harper. Jeremy blogs about prison, poetry and philanthropy at

Nonprofit Leader
Chief Development Officer, Prison Entrepreneurship Program (2012+)

Executive Director, The PLAN Fund (2011-2012); this organization is now called PeopleFund

Founding Executive Director, Executives in Action (2009-2011)

Vice President of Development, Center for Nonprofit Management (2008-2009)

Director of Development, Central Dallas Ministries (2005-2008); this organization is now called CitySquare

Director of Development & Communications, Camp Fire USA Lone Star Council (2001-2005)

The Law Office of Natalie Gregg (2009+), a family law firm that I started with my darling bride. I built the organization’s Web site and run our advertising/marketing initiatives. I am not an attorney; being married to one is good enough for me, thank you.

Current Volunteer Roles

M.B.A. – Executive Program; University of Texas at Dallas (UTD)

B.A., EnglishDistinction Program (Graduate courses); Southern Methodist University (SMU)

B.A., Advertising – Honors Program; Southern Methodist University (SMU)

Honors and Awards

I occasionally freelance as a journalist. I have recently written a few articles for Direct Selling News, including cover stories and supplements to the Wall Street Journal.

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