Jeffrey Vargas is a workforce visionary who believes in living a life of purpose, on purpose. He is first and foremost a dad to Xochitl Rose (9), Diego Lee (7), and Elijah Derrick (4) - then the work stuff comes into play.
He is the Founder and President of Generationology LLC; a solution-focused consulting firm that helps organizations figure out how to mitigate generational conflict, create and sustain cohorts of trusted intergenerational leaders, and unleash generational synergy in teams.
Jeff is a national known figure in the learning and development community where he regularly share generational insights. He is founder of the 2500 member Chief Learning Officer Network on LinkedIn, an instructor at the Brookings Institute and he works collaboratively with world renowned leadership experts like Ken Blanchard.
Jeff has enjoyed a career in federal service, serving is multiple senior level human capital roles in the Department of Energy. He also served as the Chief Learning Officer (CLO) for the 11 billion dollar, National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) where he oversaw the learning and development programs for the nation’s nuclear weapons complex. Today he serves as the CLO for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, a financial regulator, who oversees the futures, options and swaps financial marketplace, notionally valued at 600 trillion dollars.
His undergraduate degree is in Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park, and he is a graduate of Georgetown Universities Training Specialist Program. In April 2015 Jeffrey completed another lap in the education, graduating from the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia.
He is currently working on two books: “Managing Across Generations”, focused on helping federal leaders mitigate generational differences, and “Love Letters from Papi”, focused on tips to navigate life that he has written for dads to give to their daughters.