Jeremy Fiance started The House Fund in 2016 after graduating from UC Berkeley.
There, Jeremy proved the campus' startup potential, co-launching several initiatives, including Kairos Society Berkeley and Free Ventures, student groups that increase access to entrepreneurial resources, which sparked over 50 startups that raised $50M by the time he graduated.
Universities have always been inspirational to Jeremy Fiance as profound places for ideas to feed off each other and inspire new thinking –– and UC Berkeley in particular. From the Free Speech Movement in the 60s, to the twenty-two nobel prizes, to discoveries like the cyclotron. Berkeley has always been pushing the edge of what's possible in today's world.
With that in mind, Jeremy is dedicated to strengthening Berkeley's startup community and equipping Berkeley founders with the tools needed to build great businesses, and keep the community strong and thriving.
Outside of the technology and startup world, Jeremy is a black belt in Tang Soo Do, table tennis gold medalist, amateur cartoonist, live music enthusiast, and die hard Cal fan. Go Bears!