Jack Altman is an American entrepreneur and the founder of Hydrazine Capital and Lattice.
From 2007 to 2001 Jack Altman attended Princeton University where he graduated with an undergraduate degree in economics.
From June 2011 to May 2012 Jack Altman worked as an analyst for Gleache & Company. During his time at Gleacher & Company Altman worked on advisory on mergers & acquisitions and debt financing.
From November 2013 to October 2015 Jack Altman worked as the vice president of business development for Teespring. During his time at Teespring Altman managed teams responsible for partnerships, licensing, corporate development, and influencer marketing.
In May 2012 Jack Altman founded a venture capital firm called Hydrazine Capital with his brother Sam Altman. The firm focused on investing in early-stage technology companies and ceased operations in October 2014 after making several investments and 2 exits.
In October 2015 Jack Altman founded Lattice with Eric Koslow. Lattice is a software company offering team management and analytics software, and has successfully raised 6 venture capital rounds ranging from seed to series D funding.