Jeremy Bloom is the only athlete in history to ski in the Olympics and get drafted into the NFL. He is a three-time World Champion, two-time Olympian, eleven-time World Cup gold medalist and the youngest member ever inducted into The United States Skiing Hall of Fame. He was also an All-American football player at the University of Colorado and played professional football as a wide receiver and return specialist in the National Football League for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers. While playing with the NFL in Philadelphia for the Eagles, he completed a business entrepreneurship program at Wharton Business School where he studied real estate and finance.
Today, he is Founder/CEO of the Marketing Technology company, Integrate and founder of Wish of a Lifetime, a nonprofit organization that grants lifelong wishes to senior citizens.
Through Jeremy’s vision and leadership, Integrate is transforming global marketing. The company has raised over $40M of venture capital from Comcast, Foundry Group and
Liberty Global. Integrate was named as the “Best New Company” at the American Business Awards in New York City. Jeremy was named by Forbes as 30 under 30, tech executives under the age of 30 making waves in the technology space and in 2013 Jeremy was a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
Outside of business, Jeremy has continued to maintain his name within the sports world. He does commentary for College Football and is an Olympic Sports Television Analyst and has worked for ESPN, Fox, NBC and The Pac-12 Network.