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Jeremy Fort
Jeremy Fort

Jeremy Fort


Jeremy Fort has more than 20 years of progressive Human Resources leadership experience at a high-growth healthcare IT organization. His strengths include HR strategy and HR consulting, compensation, performance management, talent planning, workforce strategy and design, job and leadership development, succession planning, and leadership coaching. Jeremy enhances the effectiveness of organizations by establishing strong, trusting relationships and then partnering with clients and collaborating cross-functionally to achieve business objectives through the effective execution of HR functions.

His background includes four years of public accounting as an auditor, three years as a global controller, and 17 years as an HR executive. Jeremy has owned all aspects of compensation and performance management and led numerous human capital projects. Additionally, he has experience integrating both large-scale acquisitions as well as smaller outsourcing arrangements. He has led numerous enterprise-wide change management efforts including revamping workforce architectures, HRIS conversions, and numerous evolutions of compensation and performance management approaches. Throughout his career, Jeremy has always worked within a strong corporate culture environment while focusing on communicating clearly and transparently to all stakeholders. He is most satisfied when the clients he supports are receiving the HR support they need to achieve business success.


CFO Systems, LLC
Cerner Corporation
Director – HR Business Partner
Senior Manager – HR Business Partner
Human Capital Project Manager
Compensation & HR Operations Leader
Global Controller

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