Jason Scott, Partner
Jason Scott is a co-founder and Managing Partner of EKO Asset Management Partners. Jason has more than a decade of experience developing and managing firms seeking to sustainably manage and invest capital. He was most recently a founding Director and investment analyst at Generation Investment Management, co-founded by David Blood and former Vice President Al Gore, Jr. As its first employee, Jason helped build the firm and its first and second products. Generation's global equity and climate solutions funds seek to maximize financial returns by integrating sustainability analysis into traditional investment management processes. From 1999 to 2004, Jason worked as an executive and advisor with Acumen Fund, the Blue Ridge Foundation, and the Flatiron Future Fund/Foundation in New York City. From 1996-1999, Jason was the President/COO of a NYC-based software company. From 1991-1996, Jason helped found and build Public Allies, a community leadership program for young adults.
In 1998, the Rockefeller Foundation selected Jason as a fellow in its Next Generation Leadership Program. Jason serves on the boards of the Clean Economy Network, the Forest Philanthropy Action Network, and youth development programs Public Allies and Groundwork. Jason received and M.B.A. with distinction from a joint program of Columbia and London Business Schools and graduated cum laude from Duke University. He served on the transition advisory boards for the Obama Administration for Technology and Innovation and Energy and the Environment.