Jerry Chen began his career in 2005 as a scholar and consultant a McKinsey & Company. In this role, he worked on problem solving training, projects, and conferences in China and Taiwan.
From 2006-2007, Chen was a Researcher at National Taiwan University. As a researcher, he conducted a national biochip research project with 60 members. He also lead a market survey of long-distance real-time learning among Taiwanese universities.
Chen worked as a Business Consultant at Air Liquide in France from 2008-2009. He was in charge of the project management of innovative equipment development for electronic assembly application. He was responsible for the global marketing research of this development project in the electronics industry and energy industry. Chen was also involved in cross-functional coordination among the development, sales, and marketing teams.
From 2009-2016, Chen worked in Global Strategy at Bayer in Germany, Taiwan, and China. In this role, he worked on global and regional strategy development and implementation, mergers and acquisitions, organizational consolidation, technology portfolio management, innovation management, co-producer, and partnership. He consulted on Bayer's supply chain operating model, IT strategy and organization, corporate finance, and human resources. Chen also worked in marketing and sales focusing on launching new medicines, customer-facing excellence in the global healthcare business, and hospital sales.
In 2015, Chen founded JC, a smart digital health company where he worked until 2017.
In 2018, Chen joined Mucker Capital, a seed-stage venture fund investing in digital technology companies.