Jeremy is a serial entrepreneur who has founded, funded, and advised more than 6 dozen startups over the past 20 years. He started his first company, SAETEC, Dartmouth College while still a student with $248 and went on to build the company in its first two years into a worldwide telecommunications firm serving Fortune 1000 clientele. Among his other major projects have been segTEL, a regional fiber optic telecommunications firm that pioneered the development and construction of 4G wireless systems for 4 out of the 5 largest national wireless companies. segTEL was bought by private equity firm Riverside Partners in 2011. He also founded Research Dataware in 2005, a SaaS company that specializes in providing hosted workflow solutions for compliance in pharmaceutical research. This company was bought by private equity firm Arsenal Capital in 2012.
Jeremy serves on the boards of multiple alternative assets funds, for profit companies and philanthropic organizations. Jeremy also co-founded TwinState MakerSpaces, a 501c3 charitable organization dedicated to building makerspaces in low-income communities of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Jeremy is a former member of the Alumni Council of Dartmouth College and presently serves as the treasurer on the board of directors of Dartmouth Hillel. Katz received an AB from Dartmouth in 1995.