Jeremy Hockenstein is the co-founder and CEO of Digital Divide Data (DDD), an award-winning social enterprise that delivers digital content, data, and research services to clients worldwide, under an innovative model that employs talented youth from developing nations and low-income families. Jeremy’s mother is a holocaust survivor, which caused him to be deeply moved by the aftermath of the genocide in Cambodia and motivated him to incorporate social change to his core business.
Prior to DDD, Jeremy worked as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company and as an international nonprofit consultant. He has received the prestigious Skoll Award for his work in social entrepreneurship, among other awards. Jeremy provides insight into the business and humanitarian aspects of what it takes to become a global leader.