Jeremy S. Lurey
O: 310.589.4612
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Areas of Expertise

  • Strategic Planning
  • Succession Planning
  • Governance
  • Leadership & Team Development
  • Next-Gen Development
  • Communication & Collaboration
  • Value Creation
  • Multi-Generational Families

Seeing family members have that breakthrough moment and finally get past their differences to really connect with one another is perhaps the most rewarding part of my work.


Jeremy S. Lurey

Jeremy Lurey, Ph. D., is a senior consultant with The Family Business Consulting Group. He is a talented executive coach, business consultant, and family advisor who enables business owners and CEOs to improve performance and create greater value for their shareholders. For over 25 years, he has served clients ranging from families of significant wealth to mid-market companies and Fortune 500 corporations.

Jeremy has expertise in supporting family offices and family businesses with the critical leadership and governance practices required to create more sustainable futures. He is passionate about helping established families transition their businesses and transfer their wealth to the next generation. He excels at supporting Baby Boomers as they transition into retirement and assisting their NextGen successors in accepting increased business and personal responsibilities.

Over the years, Jeremy has supported siblings, cousins, married partners, parents, and their children by regularly facilitating family forums and retreats, preparing family charters, and providing family counseling and coaching beyond his direct efforts to improve performance and produce better results in their businesses. With a background in big firm consulting, he has designed and facilitated countless strategic planning and visioning retreats, led various performance improvement initiatives, and developed custom talent management solutions to streamline operations and enhance customer experiences.

Jeremy holds MS and Ph.D. degrees in Organizational Psychology and a certificate in Exit Planning from the Exit Planning Institute. The M&A Advisor recognized him as a “Top 40 Under 40” executive of the year. Currently, Jeremy serves as a US Ambassador and Member of the Family Succession and Governance Expert Council for the Global Family Office Community, as well as Co-Chair of the University of San Diego’s Family Business Center.

In addition to his consultancy role, Jeremy frequently presents at professional conferences and seminars. He has authored several publications on family business, board governance, succession planning, organization development, leadership, and family legacy. His clients regularly acknowledge his ability to get them unstuck, act more “leader-like,” and focus on what matters most in their lives.

Before joining FBCG, Jeremy worked at both PricewaterhouseCoopers and Andersen Consulting. He also managed his own coaching and consulting practices, Plus Delta Consulting, CHIEFEXECcoach, and Family Legacy 1st, where he served clients of all sizes and across many industry sectors, including restaurants and food service.




  • Former Top 40 Under 40 Executive of the Year, The M&A Advisor
  • US Ambassador, Global Family Office Community
  • Family Succession & Governance Expert Council Member, Global Family Office Community


  • Certificate in Exit Planning, Exit Planning Institute
  • Certified in Myers Briggs Type Indicator & DiSC Profile


  • Ph.D., Organizational Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, 1998
  • MS, Organizational Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, 1996
  • BS, Communication Studies with Minor in Psychology, Northwestern University, 1994


Jeremy lives in Malibu, California. He is a proud husband, father, brother, son, and owner of three rescue dogs.

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