Jeremy
Gross

Digital Leader and Technology Trailblazer in Financial Services and Healthcare

Partner

Jeremy-gross

Leadership Roles

  • Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer – Medvantx
  • Chief Operations and Strategy Officer – MintHealth
  • Chief Technology Officer – McKesson Corporation
  • Chief Technology Officer – Countrywide Credit Corporation, now Bank of America
  • Chief Information Officer – Guaranteed Rate, Inc.
  • Chief Information Officer – Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Chief Information Officer – Washington Mutual, now JP Morgan Chase & Co.
  • Head of Digital and Technology Innovation – AMGEN Corporation
  • Head of Turbo Tax Engineering - Intuit

Jeremy joined Fortum Partners with a distinctive mix of strategy, leadership, and product development talents.  He is recognized for his ability to create resilient, scalable operations and digital experiences that delight the consumer. Jeremy has launched numerous first-of-a-kind digital products that achieved commercial success in the financial services and healthcare sectors including fintech and healthtech environments.  His trailblazing work has resulted in stronger brands, high levels of user engagement, and profitable growth.  He has leadership experience in global enterprises, regulated industries, public and privately held businesses, and start-up ventures. 

As a healthtech executive, Jeremy has pioneered the deployment and scaling of advanced digital and online platforms.  He has built global technology teams charged with implementation of shared services, ERP systems, mobile applications, and wearable IoT.  He has taken proof of concept projects to in-market pilot to product launch in North America, Asia-Pacific, and Europe.  In addition, Jeremy has been involved with early-stage startups and engineered digital products in mobile health, telehealth, personalized medicine, and medical devices.  As a financial services leader, Jeremy has set the strategy and created the IT roadmap for revolutionary new products.  His responsibilities have also included modernizing legacy platforms, driving post-merger IT integration, and guiding design of the digital experience for corporate and consumer clients.  He is recognized as a champion of business transformation at all levels of the enterprise.

Jeremy graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.  He serves on the Board of Advisors for The Sickle Cell Disease Foundation, which provides educational and support programs and services to individuals and families.  He holds two medical device patents in Europe related to familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), a genetic disorder that can lead to coronary artery disease.  Personally, he enjoys skiing, fitness, travel, and participating in hackathons as a mentor.