Consulting Services for Nonprofit Organizations

Strategically supporting youth, community, and policy organizations to advance racial and social justice.

Since 1994, Jeremy Lahoud has worked for grassroots organizations focused on youth organizing for racial and social justice.  Prior to moving to California in 2004, he spent a decade organizing for racial and educational justice with African American, Latino, and Arab American youth at the Southwest Youth Collaborative in Chicago.  In 2004, he joined the staff of Californians for Justice as Long Beach Lead Organizer and subsequently served as Organizing Co-Director and most recently as Executive Director from 2009 through 2012.  Starting in January 2013, Jeremy is serving as a part-time Senior Associate with the Oakland-based Movement Strategy Center, as well as providing independent consulting through Seringueiro Social Justice Resouces, focused on strategically supporting youth, community, and policy organizations to advance racial and social justice, primarily in the Greater Southern California region.

Seringueiro Social Justice Resources can provide a wide range of support resources, including:
  • Curriculum development, workshop design, and facilitation on subjects including youth leadership development, youth and community organizing, direct action and policy advocacy campaigns, and action research.
  • Strategic planning for organizations, coalitions, and alliances
  • Direct action and policy advocacy campaign development and strategy
  • Organizational development and staff leadership / management strategies 
  • Grant writing support
For more information, please contact:
Jeremy Lahoud
(562) 208-9572

Jeremy Lahoud holds a Bachelor’s Degree in African and African American Studies from Earlham College and completed the coursework for a Masters in Teaching of History at the University of Illinois - Chicago.  He has received formal training from the Center for Third World Organizing, the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT), including the Fundraising Action Training and the joint Training for Trainers program, the School of Unity and Liberation, and the Rockwood Institute’s Fellowship for California Leaders of Color.  He served on the Coordinating Committee of the statewide Campaign for Quality Education alliance from 2008 through 2012 and as a founding member of the Strategy Team for the national Alliance for Educational Justice (AEJ).

Jeremy lives in South Los Angeles with his partner, Maria, a Social Studies teacher at August Hawkins High School, their six-year old daughter, Adila, and two-year old son, Tecún. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking the traditional Lebanese food he grew up with and playing capoeira with his adopted Los Angeles family--Familia Omulu Guanabara capoeira group.