Jeremy Greenfield is an Editorial Director Editorial Director Free Agency also best known for being the husband of Elle Reeve, a correspondent for CNN best known for her award-winning coverage of 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. At the time she was working for her former employer, HBO’s Vice News Tonight.
Jeremy Greenfield Age
He is currently in his 40s based on his year of graduation from college. His wife on the other hand was born in 1982 (age 39–40) as of 2022.
Jeremy Greenfield & Elle Reeve
Jeremy Greenfield has been married to Reeve since December 31, 2018. She shared a photo of herself clad in a beautiful dress and her husband with the caption, “Got married on New Year’s Eve.”
Got married on New Year's Eve. Pic by @mrglu lights, sound, music, flowers, planning by all our friends pic.twitter.com/HVHlapyubf
— Elle Reeve (@elspethreeve) January 7, 2019
Reeve was previously married to Scott Thomas Beauchamp (m. 2007) a US veteran who was deployed twice to Iraq. Beauchamp’s work has appeared in The Paris Review, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, Bookforum, The Washington Post, The Guardian, and The Brooklyn Rail, among others. He lives in Bath, Maine, USA.
Jeremy Greenfield Education
He went to Amherst Central High School in NY from 1996 to 2000 and later joined the University of Pennsylvania for a BA, English from 2000 to 2004 and Activities and societies include: Launched and edited Freshbuckets literary magazine
Jeremy Greenfield Career
Jeremy Greenfield works as an Editorial Director at Free Agency since Aug 2021. Launching Intent is a new media platform to help people make smarter decisions about career, business, and life.
He previously worked as a Senior Editor, New Product Development for Trusted Media Brands, Inc from Nov 2016 to Jul 2021, Contributors Editor | Politics and Commentary for TheStreet.com Oct 2014 to Oct 2016 and as an Editorial Director for F+W Media, Inc.F+W Media, Inc from Oct 2011 – Oct 2014.
Greenfield has also worked as a Content Leader for the Dow JonesDow Jones 2008 – Sep 2011 where he developed the content strategy and executed content production for FINS.com, the career portal of The Wall Street Journal. Managed 10 editors and reporters.