William Jack

William Jack is a physicist, venture capitalist, and entrepreneur.

Will is currently the CEO of Remedy Health. Remedy believes the current healthcare system is fundamentally broken, and a new one must be built with modern technology to improve affordability, accessibilities, and outcomes. Currently, Remedy uses AI to automates routine tasks for doctors, making basic care available at an unprecedented quality and price.

Prior to this Will developed communications systems for SpaceX’s internet satellite project, and studied physics and computer science at MIT. He also actively works as an data analytics consultant, engaging entities ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the Milwaukee Brewers.

Will’s early career was in plasma physics, culminating in working on the lithium tokamak experiment at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab. An Ohio native, Will spent his childhood developing a particle collider in his basement, using the nuclear reactions it carried out to investigate novel methods of medical imaging. Will has spoken about his work in various venues internationally.

Will actively invests as a Venture Partner at Alsop Louie Partners, and as an angel. His investment interests are in hard technology, specifically spaceflight, imaging, and genomics. He also invests in companies with unique strategies to revolutionize outdated industries such as trucking or agriculture.

William Jack is a physicist, venture capitalist, and entrepreneur.

Will is currently the CEO of Remedy Health. Remedy believes the current healthcare system is fundamentally broken, and a new one must be built with modern technology to improve affordability, accessibilities, and outcomes. Currently, Remedy uses AI to automates routine tasks for doctors, making basic care available at an unprecedented quality and price.

Prior to this Will developed communications systems for SpaceX’s internet satellite project, and studied physics and computer science at MIT. He also actively works as an data analytics consultant, engaging entities ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the Milwaukee Brewers.

Will’s early career was in plasma physics, culminating in working on the lithium tokamak experiment at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab. An Ohio native, Will spent his childhood developing a particle collider in his basement, using the nuclear reactions it carried out to investigate novel methods of medical imaging. Will has spoken about his work in various venues internationally.

Will actively invests as a Venture Partner at Alsop Louie Partners, and as an angel. His investment interests are in hard technology, specifically spaceflight, imaging, and genomics. He also invests in companies with unique strategies to revolutionize outdated industries such as trucking or agriculture.