Jonathan Hollander’s extensive philanthropic and mentoring activities complement his many accomplishments in finance and principal investing. As a member of the Advisory Board of the Jewish Heart for Africa, which provides clean technologies to rural Africa, Jonathan Hollander creates corporate partnerships and analyzes new renewable technologies for implementation.
In addition to his service with JHA, Jonathan Hollander has volunteered for over six years with HarlemRBI, a baseball-oriented philanthropic organization that provides inner city youth with academic and social programs.
Jonathan Hollander’s professional background includes experience with leading firms including Credit Suisse First Boston, Citicorp Venture Capital, Goldman Sachs, and SAC Capital Advisors. Currently, Jonathan Hollander is the founder and CEO of New York City-based Chesapeake Advisory Group, LLC, which provides consulting services to investment funds and operating companies. Additionally, Chesapeake principally invests in natural resources, media, and clean technology businesses. Jonathan Hollander attended Tufts University for his undergraduate career in engineering, and he received an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.