Jeremiah Lindemann

Fellow, Public Interest Technology

Jeremiah Lindemann is a Public Interest Technology Fellow at New America. He has over 16 years of working in the geospatial industry and works with Esri assisting local governments in their use of GIS. 

His passion that lead him to New America is mapping the opioid epidemic. Having been personally impacted by the epidemic, the need to be more transparent with data and using it to tell stories he sees as instrumental in communities tackling the epidemic.  He lives in Colorado with his wife and two daughters.

All Work

PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Oakland County, Michigan Using Data and Maps to Help Understand and Combat the Opioid Epidemic

Counties are afraid that sharing data will paint certain communities in a bad light, but Oakland County sees this as a proactive step.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Fayetteville to participate in national opioid abuse project

Jeremiah Lindemann was featured in an article in the Fayetteville Observer.


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‘Opioid Mapping Initiative’ Shows Impact of National Crisis, Fosters Collaboration

Jeremiah Lindemann was featured in an article on GovTech.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
How an Opioid Overdose Map Helps Grieving Families

Jeremiah Lindemann was featured in an article on The Fix.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Launching the Opioid Mapping Initiative

Overdoses due to the opioid epidemic are now the leading cause of death for people under 50 years old, but stigma prevails.


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The Faces of Americans Who Died From Opioid Overdoses

Jeremiah Lindemann was featured in a Vice article.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Why Data About the Opioid Epidemic Is So Unreliable

Jeremiah Lindemann wrote for Slate's Future Tense about the use of data in fighting the opioid epidemic.