Jeff has over 25 years of experience in providing services to public and privately held companies in multiple industries. He has extensive experience serving global companies with revenues ranging from $50 million to over $20 billion. He has also held numerous leadership positions at EY. Jeff is a strong supporter of the community and actively serves on the boards of Junior Achievement (Chairman of the Board) and the United Way (Treasurer and Finance and Audit Committee Chairman). He was previously recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal as one of Charlotte’s Forty Under Forty business and community leaders. Jeff and his wife, Tammy, have two daughters ages 12 and 15. In his leisure time Jeff enjoys golf and fishing.
Why did you decide to volunteer for Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas? "It is our role as adults and parents to better the world for our young people. JA does a tremendous job of making this happen through their programs focused on entrepreneurship, job readiness and financial literacy. From volunteering to teach the JA classroom program 20 years ago through serving on the board today, JA has been a passion of mine due to the impact they have on our young people."