Jeremy Liew is a prominent venture capitalist, frequently named on both the Forbes Midas List and The New York Times List of Top Venture Capital Investors. He made the first institutional investment in several companies that have become part of popular culture including Snapchat, The Honest Company, Bonobos, Affirm, GIPHY, Playdom, and HQ Trivia. Unlike many venture capitalists, Liew is also a seasoned operator: at AOL, he was SVP of corporate development and chief of staff to the CEO, and then general manager of Netscape. Jeremy joined AOL from InterActiveCorp (originally USA Networks), where he was VP of strategic planning. While there, he was responsible for acquisitions, divestitures and investments in TV Networks, consumer Internet companies and online travel companies. A graduate of Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, Liew is also a founding trustee at Presidio Knolls School, a progressive Mandarin-immersion PreK-8 school in San Francisco.