About Jeff Koehler Oneonta

LinkedIn_Profile_Picture_1424742247Jeff Koehler attends the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oneonta and anticipates graduating at the end of the spring 2015 semester with a BS in business economics. Complementing his coursework, he participates in OnMark, the SUNY Oneonta marketing club. During the summer and fall of 2014, he interned with Northwestern Mutual in New York City. As a college financial representative for Northwestern Mutual, Jeff Koehler obtained the Life Accident and Health Insurance Certification, sourced leads through warm-calls with potential clients, and assisted full-time representatives in consultations with prospective clients.

As a member of Chi Phi Fraternity, Mr. Koehler has held positions including historian, community service chairman, and scholarship chairman. While community service chairman, he coordinated the fraternity’s participation with organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project and the local Boys & Girls Club. He also arranged Chi Phi’s collaboration with the Brewster High School S.A.L.T.Y. Hands Club in fundraising walks that support efforts to cure cystic fibrosis.

Actively involved in athletics, Jeff Koehler participates in a wide range of college intramural sports, including basketball, football, soccer, and golf. He helped found the Oneonta State Golf Club and currently serves as the organization’s president. A resident of the village of Brewster in the city of Southeast, New York, he previously worked as a member of the maintenance and grounds crew for the nearby Morefar Back O’ Beyond private golf course and estate.


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