Jeremy Bond is a First Vice President and Corporate Treasury Relationship Manager for Trustmark National Bank. For the last nine years, he has been assisting large corporations, small businesses, associations, municipalities and state agencies of all sizes in the Central Mississippi area with their Corporate Treasury needs. Jeremy has over 20 years of banking experience with Trustmark. His passion is to assist businesses in becoming more efficient in their cash management process and better protected from the fraudulent schemes that exist in today's marketplace. Jeremy is originally from Demopolis, Alabama. He received his bachelors and master's degrees in Business Administration from Mississippi College. He has completed Banking School programs from the University of Mississippi and the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. He received his Certified Treasury Professional designation from the Association for Financial Professionals. Jeremy currently lives in Flora, Mississippi with his wife Holly and twin sons, Christian and Brooks. While attending Mississippi College from 1996 to 2000, he lived out his dream of playing college football as the placekicker for the Choctaws. Jeremy and his family are active members of First Baptist Church in Flora, Mississippi.
David Caldwell is a senior attorney with the Mississippi Department of Revenue. He represents and provides legal counsel to the agency on medical cannabis matters. In addition to medical cannabis, he deals with all alcohol, human resource, contract and procurement issues for the Department.
David graduated from Mississippi College School of Law in 2002. He has practiced in numerous areas of the law, including transactional, state tax disputes, insurance defense, workers compensation, tribal gaming, alcoholic beverage control regulation, and toxic tort defense. David is licensed to practice law in all Mississippi courts, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
Temekia Edwards serves the Mississippi Department of Revenue as Central Region Audit Manager responsible for overseeing the audit activities of the Greenwood, Meridian, and Jackson District offices. Temekia began her career with the agency as a field auditor in the Jackson District Office. Temekia has also served as an Audit Manager in the Jackson District Office, and the Deputy Bureau Director and Director of the Sales and Use Tax Bureau. Temekia serves on the DOR's Cannabis Task Group, and she was recently selected to chair the Cannabis Subcommittee of the Federation of Tax Administrators' Tobacco Tax Uniformity Committee.