Jeremy Zaretzky

CV Assistant Teaching Professor
Mary Gates Hall 330H

Specializations

  • Design Thinking
  • Information Architecture
  • Front-End Development

Courses

  • INFO 331 - Introduction To Information Architecture
  • INFO 442 - Cooperative Software Development

Biography

Jeremy Zaretzky is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the iSchool. His courses span UX and design, product management, information architecture and software development, leveraging 20+ years of industry experience to connect learning objectives with real-world scenarios.

Jeremy co-leads the iSchool's undergraduate Capstone program and serves as a faculty advisor for DubHacks Next, a student-run startup incubator. He is also a Venture Partner at Loyal VC, which is a global venture capital fund that has invested in more than 250 startups.

During his career as a technology entrepreneur, Jeremy launched new products; built and managed strategic relationships with customers, vendors, and channel partners; negotiated complex contracts; and hired and managed teams. He also led several initiatives designed to grow the Seattle startup ecosystem, including serving as Managing Director of the Founder Institute accelerator program.

Education

  • Venture Capital Executive Program, University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business, 2015
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, 2015
  • BS, Economics, Duke University, 2000

Awards

  • UW Distinguished Teaching Award Nominee - University of Washington, 2020-2022
  • Nominee - 2021 UW Distinguished Teaching Awards, 2021
  • 2020 UW Distinguished Teaching Award - Nominee, 2020
  • 2020 UW Technology Teaching Fellows Institute - Fellow, 2020