Jeremy focuses on investments across Scale’s technology portfolio with a primary focus on companies adding machine intelligence to business and vertical software, especially in industries untouched by the first decade of SaaS. His efforts have contributed to investments across vertical software (Motive formally KeepTruckin), AI and automation (Datagen, Flatfile, Cognata, TechSee, and Solvvy), and the intersection of machine learning and digital health (OM1, Proscia, Robin Healthcare and Viz.ai).
Prior to joining Scale, Jeremy worked on the Sales Strategy and Business Operations team at Salesforce, where he drove initiatives in sales operations, partnerships, and growth, serving as the embedded strategy lead for the SMB business and the sales development organization. Additionally, he worked as a data scientist at Analysis Group, focused on health economics, healthcare outcomes research, and drug pricing. Jeremy started his career as a policy researcher at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he concentrated on consumer credit, college loan accumulation, and education in the age of automation.
Jeremy holds a B.A. in Economics from Dartmouth College, where he graduated summa cum laude. Outside of work, Jeremy enjoys cycling, tennis, and just about any outdoor adventure you can throw at him.