About

Jared Brett

Sr. Technical Product Manager at Amazon.com

Since joining Amazon in April of 2021, Jared has led various product build initiatives in support of ‘Buy with Prime’, an all-new marketing solutions product considered a major strategic milestone for the firm. At Amazon, Jared focuses on building products that cater to the direct-to-consumer market to unlock value in a segment projected to grow to $213 billion by late 2023.

 

Before Amazon, Jared worked as a Sr. Product Manager at W. W. Grainger, Inc., where he led a team of product managers in the discovery, design, and creation of Grainger’s pioneering IoT & Big Data platform. As a Lead Product Manager, he helped enable the firm to better manage the exchange of data with thousands of devices embedded with sensors and software.

Prior experience includes five years at McMaster-Carr, a Fortune-100 global eCommerce company, where he led a multi-disciplinary data science and software engineering team that successfully deployed machine learning models to improve search and empathetic design for the firm’s B2B website. Before working in technical product management, he founded/co-founded two successful startups (SoundLogik; Gilson Snow) and earned his M.B.A. at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Jared also holds a B.A. degree in psychology from UC Berkeley and is a former Fulbright Scholar.

Jared is passionate about the space where technology, psychology, and business intersects.

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