FinTech. Entrepreneurship. Puppies.
Looking for smarter people than me, solving bigger problems than I can solve.
Jimmy is currently an investment professional at Citi Ventures, the strategic investment and innovation arm of Citigroup.
Previously, Jimmy was an investment professional with Canaan Partners in their New York office, looking at venture investment opportunities in technology. Before that, Jimmy was on the Product Marketing team at Facebook, responsible for both the auto-play video product as well as mobile ad units. When he first joined Facebook, he led their Pricing and Yield Management responsibilities as part of the Monetization Analytics team focused on the US business, with experience in Canada and Latin America.
His professional experiences also includes strategy and management consulting using analytics for financial services corporations, private equity consulting, investment banking with both Goldman Sachs (TMT) and JPMorgan (FIG), and various roles across start-ups (location-based services, e-commerce, retail).
Jimmy attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in Management Science. Jimmy recently completed receiving his MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Entrepreneurship and Operations Research.
He is an avid winter sports athlete, an amateur photographer, and a professional travel points collector.
"If you want to build a ship,
don't drum up people to collect wood
and don't assign them tasks and work,
but rather teach them
to long for the endless immensity of the sea."
~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Citi Ventures is a strategic investing and innovation arm of Citigroup.
I invest in and collaborate with startups that are building better products, creating richer experiences, and enabling enterprises to be more efficient. With unprecedented demand and expectations from consumers and enterprises, the technological evolution will create opportunities for both new and existing leaders.
A seemingly random walk
The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
MBA: Management, Operations Research
“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart.”
- The Little Prince
Portfolios (Breath-First Search):
Portfolio, a collection of my best and favorite photos
SmugMug, a structured repository of my photos
Collections (Depth-First Search):
2017.12.15 - New Zealand (Again)
2017.11.19 - Tulum
2017.06.30 - Maui-Wowie
2016.03.05 - Malta & Amsterdam
2015.12.21 - Australia & New Zealand
2015.11.20 - Cuba Libre
2015.10.26 - Zurich, Berlin, Munich, Oktoberfest
2015.09.01 - Best of SF Summer
2014.12.20 - Morocco and Southern Spain
2014.11.15 - Iceland: Not Just a Frozen Tundra
Snippets - a few of my (recent) favorite shots: