Jeremiah Josey is a 23-year-old Maryland-based baker, model, author, and motivational speaker.
He also hosts a cooking show on YouTube called “Jeremiah’s Cooking Adventures” which chronicles and highlights his culinary escapades with famous Chefs Kwame Onwuachi, Marcus Samuelson, Christina Tosi, JJ Johnson, and Duff Goldman to name a few. He was acknowledged as an Honorary Scholar by US Foods (one of USA’s great food service distributors, partnering with 250,000 restaurants and food service operators), received the National Black Chef’s Association 2019 Chef’s award, named one of 14 top Autism Influencers on social media by Autism on The Mighty community and most recently named the 2020 Flutie Fellow sponsored by the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, Inc.
Jeremiah has appeared on the Steve Harvey show Good Day DC and Prince George’s Community College Television. Jeremiah has been the guest speaker at the Mark Leadership Conference at Rutgers University, Changing the Face of Autism Symposium and luncheon, The Monarch School and Institute and was featured on The Behind the Breakthrough podcast. He has walked the runway for New York Fashion Week and has appeared in print campaigns for Tommy Hilfiger and Kohl’s adaptive lines. Several articles have been written about how he continues to inspire children all around the world. Jeremiah plans to attend the Culinary Institute of America in the fall of 2020. More information about Jeremiah can be found on his website, jeremiahscookingadventure.com or his social media, @jercookingadventure (Instagram) and Jeremiah’s Cooking Adventure (Youtube).
The Steve Harvey Show
Good Day DC