Jeremy Sidell joined the House Institute Foundation as executive director in 2018. In this capacity, he is responsible for all aspects of the enterprise including executive and board management, finance, human resources, marketing, communications, fundraising and most importantly, executing the Foundation’s mission of research, education and global hearing health. Prior to joining HIF, Jeremy served as vice president of development and external affairs at the Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic and chief development and communications officer at PATH (People Assisting the Homeless). In his various roles, Jeremy led development, communications, marketing and external affairs activities. He also served as a key member of senior leadership teams. Jeremy has nearly 20 years of fundraising, marketing, strategic planning, nonprofit executive management and program development experience for diverse organizations, including Cure Autism Now, the United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Times. He has organized both local and national initiatives. Through his work, Jeremy has led and been part of teams that have raised more than $350 million supporting organizations working to address AIDS, breast cancer, autism, early childhood literacy, education, homelessness and poverty.
University of Portland, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
First and foremost, Jeremy is a husband and father to two lively daughters and an Australian Cattle Dog. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors, including hiking, surfing, skateboarding, skiing and snowboarding.