Jeremy Trimble

Chief Operations Officer

Eanes ISD

Jeremy serves as the Chief Operations Officer for Eanes ISD in Austin, Texas. He provides leadership support to the following departments: Construction, Maintenance and Operations, Child Nutrition, Transportation, Safety and Risk Management.Jeremy joined Eanes ISD in 2015, but his history with supporting his community and public education was sparked much earlier. Fresh out of college, he established his own construction business serving the local community that he grew up in, Leander, Texas. Influenced by a family of educators in Leander ISD, he began his public education career in the same school system in which he graduated. Many of the teachers that had a positive influence on him were still impacting students throughout the district. Beginning in the Leander ISD facilities department in 2010, Jeremy quickly understood how every employee is integral to the overall success of the students being served. This led to serving and leading all the support services departments as Executive Director. With this knowledge and experience, he is able to concentrate on providing operational leadership for his district, because a well-run school district will ensure that the maximum amount of resources are placed back into the classroomJeremy is also a very active member in the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO). He serves on several committees and is currently the president for the Capital Area affiliate. Through facilitating and presenting on topics surrounding operations, leadership, and change across the state he can share this experience and knowledge with his district.Jeremy earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design and a master’s degree in Architecture from Texas A&M University. During his time at Texas A&M, he also worked within the university’s design services team supporting approximately 200 buildings and 50,000 students. He was also a part of the 2004 Master Plan “Vision 2020” process for the university which is still being implemented today.