Jeremiah J. Baronberg is an Advisor at Blue Star Strategies, LLC where he has led the firm's external relations, publications, and media portfolio. He provides public affairs and strategic communications consulting services to support clients' external relations, public policy, and business development objectives. He recently served as leader of strategic partnerships at Western Union.

Jeremiah has served in a variety of international relations, government affairs, strategic planning, marketing, and corporate social responsibility positions. His government, private sector, and nonprofit experience includes roles in the U.S. Congress with the Helsinki Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, international law and government relations firms Dutko Worldwide and McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (now Dentons), and nongovernmental organizations.

Previously, Jeremiah lived in New York City where he worked for Rebuild Downtown Our Town, a city planning and public policy advocacy coalition. At R.DOT, he focused on the revitalization and sustainable redevelopment of the post-September 11th World Trade Center site and Lower Manhattan neighborhood.

Jeremiah serves on the Board of Directors of the American Jewish Committee, which focuses on global diplomacy, democracy and human rights advocacy, and intercultural bridge-building. At AJC, he served as co-chair of the young professionals' division, ACCESS Global, and has led international delegations to Austria, Chile, Greece, Azerbaijan, and the United Nations. He has also served on the Honorary Committee of the Muslim Jewish Conference and the Advisory Committee of 4D PAC: Diplomacy, Democracy, Development, and Defense.

Jeremiah received his Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.) in Globalization Studies from The George Washington University in Washington, DC and his B.A. in International Affairs and Middle East Studies from the University of Colorado Boulder after beginning his undergraduate studies at Franklin & Marshall College. He has lived, worked, and studied in Israel at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and in Berlin and Leipzig, Germany and is a graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) and the Aspen Institute's Socrates Program for emerging leaders.

Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Jeremiah is an avid tennis and squash player, cyclist, skier, and outdoor enthusiast.