Jeremiah Chapman currently serves as a Fellow for The Center for Community Change. Director of Engagement for HBCU Pride Nation, where he develops community initiatives and partnerships. One of those partnerships has been The Charlotte-Solidarity Coalition, which Mr. Chapman co-founded in efforts to build structure & synergy within the activist community. Mr. Chapman has also recently been appointed Community Coordination Chair of The Charlotte-NAACP.
Mr. Chapman is especially interested in ending the School to Prison pipeline because of the role it has particularly played in his family, where more of his relatives have went to prison than have graduated college. Mr. Chapman is most notably known for his work as the Director of Field Operations for the campaign that elected the 100th Woman into Congress, Dr. Alma S. Adams.
Mr. Chapman has a strong commitment to social justice and was a nominee for The Most Valuable Campaign Award by the New Organizing Institute in Washington, DC for his work on The Love & Protect Our Children Tour in 2013. Most recently, Mr. Chapman was named amongst the Top 14 Leaders of The New Civil RIghts Movement by K.97.5 in Raleigh, NC.
Mr. Chapman has led campaigns and mobilized communities in major cities like Chicago, New Orleans, Jackson, Charlotte, Youngstown, Washington, Harrisburg, Greensboro & Charleston. In March 2016, Mr. Chapman was featured as The Spread Mag's Top 4 Outstanding Males. As a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.,he believes that service is the gateway to opportunity and credits his unpaid work to his success as a professional.
Jeremiah I. Chapman, MBA