Jeremy J.R. Dommnich joined the Clingendael Institute as a Academy Fellow in June 2019. He develops and coordinates diplomatic training programmes, working with diplomatic training groups from Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, among others. As a trainer, he specializes on international negotiations and negotiation behavior.
Before joining Clingendael, Jeremy worked at the South America Division of the European External Action Service in Brussels, with particular attention to the EU response to the crisis in Venezuela. In addition, he gained experience interning at different diplomatic representations in Berlin, New York and La Paz and worked for several NGOs in Latin America, particularly in the field of adult education and sustainable development. Also, Jeremy worked as a freelance editor for an independent diplomatic consultancy, writing articles on self-development for diplomats.
Jeremy holds a BA in European Studies from The Hague University of Applied Sciences and an MA in Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies from the Free University in Berlin. During his studies he lived and conducted research in Mexico and Cuba.