Jeremy Daniel

Jeremy Daniel

Jeremy Daniel

Assistant to the Director For Strategic Initiatives; Director's Office



Jeremy Daniel serves as the Assistant to the Director for Strategic Initiatives, where he provides counsel and recommendations concerning strategic direction, organizational development and performance improvement. In close coordination with the Director, Jeremy plays a hands-on role in the design, implementation, and evaluation of organizational and management processes that guide and integrate the various efforts of the divisions into a meaningful and productive enterprise. These activities include internal evaluation and assessment, strategic and operational planning, management tools, performance tracking, process improvement and reporting. Also, he coordinates and manages Institute-wide initiatives, projects, processes for the Director, management team and other senior staff. Jeremy is responsible for process design, project management, data collection and analysis, communication, reporting, evaluation, and other tasks necessary to assist the Director in ensuring effective management, oversight and accomplishment of desired outcomes of Institute initiatives.

Jeremy has served at the University of Georgia since February 2014.  Most recently, Jeremy served as the Director of the UGA Mentor Program, the University’s first comprehensive mentorship initiative, dedicated to scaling the number of meaningful connections between students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Prior to working at the University, Jeremy worked in the railroad industry at Norfolk Southern Corporation, Patrick Engineering, and the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Jeremy is actively engaged in the local community by serving on the Clarke County Mentor Program Board and Athens REACH Scholarship Advisory Board.


Ph.D. in Workforce Education, University of Georgia; Graduate Certificate in Education Law & Policy, University of Georgia; M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration, University of Georgia; B.S. in Construction in Management (honors) and Minor in Business Management, Georgia Southern University