Jeremiah Stoddard graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physics from UCSD, where he twice received provost honors and gave a presentation at the UCSD Undergraduate Research Conference. During his stay at UCSD, he participated in atmospheric research in the laboratory of Dr. Martin Wahlen, professor of atmospheric chemistry at the renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Prior to and continuous with his University education, Mr. Stoddard worked as a programmer, and has accrued over 15 years of programming experience ranging from low-level device drivers to web-based customer relationship management systems.
Mr. Stoddard has an additional interest in radio science. As a holder of an extra-class amateur radio license from the FCC, he experiments with radio technology in his free time.
Presently Mr. Stoddard attends Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where he has been a Jefferson Medal recipient and has been named on the Distinguished Honor Roll during multiple terms.