About Jeremy C. Park
Jeremy C. Park helps individuals and organizations power the GOOD. He is the CEO of cityCURRENT, an author of two books, contributor to Forbes, producer and host of four television and two radio shows and the ChangeMakers podcast, and a sought after speaker inspiring audiences around the nation with his model and the power of Giving for Growth, which helps you achieve higher levels of success by becoming a SPARK for your community. Park is exclusively represented by Executive Speakers Bureau.
The SPARK TV Show
The SPARK is a monthly television show airing the third Friday of each month at 7:30 PM on WKNO/Channel 10 in Memphis, TN. The show spotlights organizations and individuals making a difference in the Mid-South. Park has been producing and hosting the show since its inception in 2013.
The SPARK Awards
The SPARK Awards is an annual televised awards show airing on WKNO and the PBS network throughout the state of Tennessee. The show spotlights organizations and individuals in 13 categories, who are making a difference in the Mid-South. Park has been producing and hosting the show since its inception in 2014.
ChangeMakers is a podcast focused on sharing the stories of individuals who are making a difference and leading by example to create change globally, nationally and locally. The show takes an in-depth look at their lives, lessons learned and favorite advice. Park has been hosting the show since its inception in 2017.
Contact for Bookings
Jeremy C. Park is exclusively represented by Executive Speakers Bureau. If you would like to explore booking him to speak or to serve as an emcee at your upcoming event, please contact 901-754-9404 or email Angela Schelp at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the date, location, and as much information about the audience and desired topic, as possible. Then, please make sure and follow @jeremycpark on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
“Jeremy C. Park was fantastic – he was a hit! My CEO loved his message and it perfectly complemented our conference theme of Growing Communities: Labors of Love.”