After attending Lexington Catholic High School in Lexington, KY, Jeremy enrolled in the University of Kentucky in the Fall of 1995 and pledged the Beta-Nu Chapter his first semester. While attending the University, Brother Nalli served as Grand Master of Kappa Sigma and was integral in bringing Kappa Sigma back on campus and in the house at 460 Hilltop Avenue in 1998. In addition to serving as Grand Master while being an active member, Brother Nalli also held several roles in the fraternity including; Rush Chair and Social Chair.
After going alum, Brother Nalli has remained very active. He chaired the Centennial Celebration bringing together over 75 top alumni. Jeremy was instrumental in helping the chapter remain in the house between 2008-2010 when the university was trying to close the Lodge, due to several code violations. Additionally, he worked closely with fellow alum and Beta-Nu Hall of Famer, Russ Tucker ‘71, along with the housing corporation to oversee a full renovation to keep the Lodge open as long as possible. While working on the renovation, Jeremy also began work to reignite the Beta-Nu Alumni Association by hosting several meetings and re-engaging additional leadership. During this period, they re-engaged over 100
alumni. Jeremy is always willing to pick up the phone, take action, assist current actives and work together with other alums and actives to help maintain the long tradition of the Beta-Nu chapter.
Jeremy is currently employed with Johnson and Johnson as a Senior Sales Associate in their medical device sector, Depuy Synthes Spine. He is a current Member of the Depuy Synthes Sales Senate and has earned numerous awards and accolades over his 17-year tenure.
Outside of work, Jeremy currently serves on the Christ the King School Council, where he holds the position of Vice President. He remains active in his church, Christ the King and has held several positions in various organizations throughout his lifetime. More recently, he spent a lot of time coaching his son’s baseball and basketball teams. In between games, meetings and work, Jeremy never fails to volunteer his time to help organizations or a friend in need.
Jeremy is known among his family and friends as the glue that holds everyone together. He remains close friends with many of his Beta-Nu Brothers and enjoys getting everyone’s families together.
Jeremy resides in Lexington, KY with his wife, Kelley and their three children, Jackson, Caroline and Nicholas.