Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Jermaine Isaac is a first-generation college student who established himself as an entrepreneur upon arriving in Brooklyn in 2008. In 2010, he founded MW Productions, a company that produces video and multimedia content.
For over a decade, Jermaine Isaac has educated, developed, and coached future leaders. Isaac is a Principal-Fellow at Uncommon Schools in Brooklyn, NY, where he has taught 7th grade English, serves as an Instructional Leader, and led as Summer Academy Director.
Isaac also served as an A-Team member on Eric Adam’s campaign that launched a social media campaign, engaged with media outlets and photographed events.
Jermaine began his professional career at the City Hall Council of NYC and Robert Half International, a corporate consultancy firm working on various projects for New York City. In addition, Isaac was proudly elected as the Student Body President at Long Island University for two consecutive years.
Jermaine was honored with many accolades in his short career, including the Who’s Who Award, Youth of the Year in Baltimore, recognition from Community leaders, and a Pi Alpha Alpha Public Administration Honor Society recipient. He holds a Masters in Public Administration degree at Long Island University.