Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at Rockfish Interactive, Jeremy Wilson has 18 years of general management, M&A, strategy and financial experience. His background spans a broad scope of businesses from multinational corporations to startups as well as a wide range of industries from retail to advertising and technology.
He joined Rockfish in March 2009 as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Rockfish, a full service digital innovation company, is one of the fastest growing and most recognized companies in the industry, with clients like Walmart, Sam’s Club, Johnson & Johnson, Cisco and EA Sports. In September 2010, Jeremy transitioned to lead the company’s administrative functions including Accounting and Finance, Human Relations, Legal, Benefits, and Recruiting. Jeremy was instrumental in guiding the company through its rapid growth from small startup with 34 people in one office to its acquisition by WPP, the world leader in marketing services. During Jeremy’s tenure, Rockfish experienced compounded annual growth in revenue and headcount of greater than 65%.
Before joining Rockfish, he served as the Senior Director of Strategy and Business Development for Wal-Mart Financial Services where he led strategic business units responsible for strategy, M&A, business and product development, consumer insights, credit and prepaid cards, mortgage lending and investment services.
Prior to this position, Jeremy served as head of Investor Relations for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and Brinker International, a multinational restaurant company. In addition, Jeremy held numerous positions within Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in the Finance and Corporate Treasury departments. Most notably, he served as head of Domestic Corporate Cash Management where he was responsible for all cash management operations, including foreign exchange/hedging strategies and management of multi-billion commercial paper and municipal bond investment portfolios.
Jeremy received a BSBA in Financial Management from The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and has attended additional postgraduate studies at Harvard Business School.