Jeramie has been active in the health and fitness industry since 1997. He has experience working in clinical, research and medical fitness fields. Jeramie is currently the director of the UT Health East Texas Medical Olympic Center, a network of 9 clinically integrated health and fitness facilities serving East Texas. During his time with ETMC, he has opened five new facilities and been instrumental in the operational development of their flagship facility in Tyler, which has won one facility and two program innovation awards from the Medical Fitness Association. The Olympic Center has the distinction of being the first Certified Medical Fitness Center in Texas, earning that honor in November 2017.
Jeramie has been involved with the MFA for many years earning his Fellowship in 2014 and elected as an At-Large Member of the Board of Directors in 2016. He also serves as a MFA Facility Examiner and on the Conference and Education Committees. He has previously served on the Membership Committee. In addition, Jeramie is the Texas State Captain.
Jeramie holds a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Louisiana Tech University, and a master’s degree in clinical exercise physiology from the University of Texas at Tyler. He is also an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Exercise Physiologist.
In his free time, Jeramie enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. They enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including running, biking, camping, hunting, and spending time at the lake.