Jeremy worked as a project assistant for the Innovation and Entrepreneurship research group at the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. He graduated with a liberal arts degree from Hobart and William Smith. Soon after he moved to India to work with Drishtee, a company focusing on supporting rural entrepreneurs, and Ashoka Innovators for the Public, the largest network of social entrepreneurs in the world. In early 2012 he joined a young Berlin start-up to help with their business development and marketing efforts. Jeremy has been a host at the 2010 Global Venture Capital Congress as well as presented at several major conferences in Europe, including the European Venture Summit.