Jeff rejoined Polaris in 2022 as a vice president in the Boston office. He previously spent 3+ years on the team focused on later stage growth investments in technology businesses for the Polaris Growth Fund.
Jeff currently represents Polaris on the board of TransACT Communications and LCvista. Prior to rejoining Polaris, Jeff worked with TransACT Communications, a portfolio company of PGF, where he helped lead corporate development and strategic finance efforts.
Previously, Jeff worked as an Analyst at Jeffries LLC, where he completed M&A transactions as a part of the Technology Investment Banking Group.
A graduate of the University of Virginia, Jeff received his M.S. in Commerce-Financial services in 2014, and his B.S. in Systems Engineering in 2013.
Outside of the office, Jeff enjoys playing paddle tennis and supporting Pittsburgh sports teams.
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