Jeremy Daniel Efroymson
Jeremy is an artist, philanthropist, arts activist and advocate for small grassroots organizations. As Vice Chair of the Efroymson Family Fund, Jeremy has been instrumental in advising and supporting organizations that contribute to the arts, cultural, vibrancy and enrichment of the city of Indianapolis, the state of Indiana and beyond.
He is particularly passionate about supporting creative ideas, innovation and artistic talent. This passion is evidenced by his historical commitment as founder of the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA) and the vision behind the Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowships, an annual awards program where he provides (5) $25,000 to contemporary visual artists in the Midwest.
Jeremy is very engaged as a volunteer and his interests range from urban farming, the environment, and historic preservation to international sustainability projects, recycling, and cryptozoology.
He is the president of the Indianapolis Progressive Rotary Club and serves as a board member or in an advisory capacity to the Big Car Artist Cooperative, the School of Physical Education and Tourism, Convention, and Event Management at IUPUI, the Immigrant Welcome Center, and Historic New Harmony. He currently serves as President of the Board of the Namaste Center in La Porte Indiana, an alternative medicine center.
Jeremy has a degree in film and video from the University of Michigan, a J.D. from Indiana University- Bloomington, an M.B.A. from Butler University and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Columbia College in Chicago. Jeremy lives in Indianapolis and has three daughters- Rachel, Emily, and Sabrina.