Jason Guggenheim

Managing Director & Senior Partner at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

Jason Guggenheim

Jason Guggenheim

Managing Director & Senior Partner at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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Jason Guggenheim is on the board of Journera, Inc.

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Chairman at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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Senior Partner & Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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Managing Director & Senior Partner, Global Leader, Principal Investors & Private Equity Practice-Toronto at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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Managing Director & Senior Partner, Chairman, Western Europe, South America & Africa at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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President & Director at Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

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Executive Director at Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

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General Partner at HF Flagship Investments LLC

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Managing Director & Senior Partner, Chairman, Asia-Pacific at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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Managing Director & Senior Partner, Global Leader, Insurance Practice at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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Managing Director & Senior Partner at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

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Jason Guggenheim
Managing Director & Senior Partner at The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.
Education
Bachelor's Degree in Finance & Economics

The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, is a multi-campus South African public research university situated in the northern areas of central Johannesburg. It is more commonly known as Wits University. The university has its roots in the mining industry, as do Johannesburg and the Witwatersrand in general. Founded in 1896 as the South African School of Mines in Kimberley, it is the third oldest South African university in continuous operation, after the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University.

Law Degree

Oliver Schreiner School of Law is located in Johannesburg, South Africa, the School of Law is a premier institution for postgraduate legal studies on the African continent. Students can expect to be stimulated and challenged by a rigorous academic programme, delivered by some of South Africa's most prominent legal academics.

Career History
Managing Director & Senior Partner
Current

The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. engages in the provision of management consulting services. It includes data science, technology and design, digital ventures, and business purpose. It helps clients with total transformatio such as inspiring complex change, enabling organizations to grow, building competitive advantage, and driving bottom-line impact. The company was founded by Bruce Doolin Henderson in 1963 and is headquartered in Boston, MA.

Professional
2004 - Prior
Strategy & Corporate Development
2002

Delta Air Lines, Inc. engages in the provision of scheduled air transportation for passengers and cargo. It operates through the following segments: Airline, Refinery. The Airline segment provides scheduled air transportation for passengers and cargo. The Refinery segment consists of jet fuel and non-jet fuel products. The company was founded by Collett Everman Woolman in 1928 and is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.

Boards & Committees
Director
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Journera, Inc. operates as a travel technology company. It helps to travel providers and application developers unify the travel experience across airlines, hotels, ground transportation, restaurants, and entertainment providers. The company was founded by Jeffrey G. Katz and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

Member, Advisory Board
Current

On February 18, 1919, the dean of Emory College, Howard Odum, recommended the creation of a “school of economics and business administration” to the Board of Trustees. Thus, in the fall of 1919, the new school worked with Emory College to offer courses in economics, accounting, and business law. By 1925, there was one faculty member and full-time assistant, five staff members and 145 students. In 1926, eight students received the Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Two decades after the school awarded degrees in business administration, the school accepted its first female student in 1954. In the same year, the MBA program commenced, with 19 registered students. Goizueta Business School In 1992, the evening MBA program was introduced. At the same time, the school was achieving greater validation for its programs. When the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business began accrediting master’s programs, Emory’s program was one of the first to be approved. Four years later, Emory appeared on the list of the top American colleges and universities producing U.S. executives. This newfound acclaim accompanied new programs, such as the concentration within the MBA program for professional accounting and, in 1979, the Executive MBA program. Also at this time, the school created a plan to allow students to complete both the MBA and Juris Doctor degree within four years. Rankings of the school’s programs highlight the results of thoughtful and steady expansion. In 1986, the Executive MBA program was ranked in the top 15 in a Business Week survey. In 1994, the school was renamed for Roberto C. Goizueta, a much admired and successful business leader. More than providing a namesake for the school, Roberto C. Goizueta placed his philosophical stamp on the school’s academic and financial development. Goizueta proclaimed, “Business schools today cannot just reflect business the way it is. They must teach business the way it will be.” The millennium brought about a new PhD program in business administration and a new program in Real Estate. Goizueta Business School installed its current dean, Professor Larry Benveniste, in 2005

Member, Board of Directors
Current

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is an American orchestra based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Robert Spano has been its music director since 2001. The ASO's main concert venue is Atlanta Symphony Hall in the Woodruff Arts Center. In 2008 the ASO opened its new 12,000-seat Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park in north Fulton County in the town of Alpharetta, some 22 miles north of Atlanta, where it presents concerts of its own as well as those by various pops groups. Encore Park and the Amphitheatre are owned by the Woodruff Arts Center, the ASO's parent organization. Including Encore Park and its activities at Atlanta Symphony Hall and Chastain Park, the ASO expects to present more than 300 performances annually. With a budget expected to increase to US $50 million with the completion of its new Amphitheatre, the ASO has become one of the six or seven largest orchestras in America, by budget size. The ASO's budget includes not only the costs of production, along with musician and staff salaries and benefits, but also the Orchestra's very significant expenditures on education, community outreach, special events and fundraising. Since 2005 the Orchestra has been actively planning for the construction of a new principal concert hall. In addition to the Verizon Amphitheatre the Orchestra plays an extensive outdoor summer pops concert series at Atlanta's city-owned Chastain Park and at other parks in the area.

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