Jeremy is the Vice President of Operations and leads many of the support departments at iBio CDMO including facilities and maintenance, informational and operational technologies (IT/OT) and process automation. Jeremy has constructed numerous facilities across the United States that include ISO 7 and ISO 6 cleanroom spaces. These facilities ranged from quality control analytics spaces to sterile aseptic manufacturing, including parenteral, ophthalmic compounding, and filling suites.
Jeremy joined iBio CDMO to oversee the implementation and management of non-manufacturing business processes and operational policies. He provides cross-functional leadership with the implementation of various process automation systems throughout iBio’s manufacturing processes and applies much expertise to business continuity and optimization, along with workflow development.
Before joining iBio, Jeremy spent 18 years in the construction industry with a focus in the life sciences sector. His experiences include seven years working with The Beck Group and was part of the design/build team that constructed the iBio CDMO facility (formerly Caliber Biotherapeutics). He also spent several years working for LUWA USA. Jeremy earned his Bachelor of Science in Construction Science from Texas A&M University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.