Jason Lamin

Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Jason is Founder and CEO of Lenox Park Solutions, Inc. (“Lenox Park”). He started the company as a Consulting and Advisory company in 2009, and has overseen its transition into a leading Financial Technology firm that provides collaborative software, data aggregation tools and analytics geared toward fair and democratized access to opportunities. The firm’s clients include some of the largest institutions in the world, with cumulative Assets Under Management of over $4 trillion. In the asset management industry, Jason has been a champion for greater inclusion and intentionality in creating visibility for women, people of color and other underrepresented groups.

Before co-founding Lenox Park, Jason launched his career in Merrill Lynch’s Investment Banking division, focusing on Financial Institutions M&A transactions. Jason spent his career at Merrill Lynch working in their New York and London offices covering some of the firm’s most valuable institutional client relationships across product areas.

Jason serves as Independent Director on U.S.-based Harding Loevner Funds’ board, an Advisory Board member of France-based Tikehau Capital Asset Management and on the Investment Committees of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Venture Capital firm, Alpha Impact 8.

Jason graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Economics in 1998. He remains active at his alma mater, where he currently serves on the Advisory Boards for the Department of Economics, and the Department of Black Studies, African & African Diaspora Studies. In 2017, Jason had the honor of delivering the Commencement Address to College of Liberal Arts graduates, where he spoke about the importance of inclusive and diverse cultures. In 2020, Jason was honored to receive the College of Liberal Arts’ highest award given to University of Texas Alumni, Pro Bene Meritis Distinguished Alumni Award.

Jason has been an active Private Sector Delegate of the United Nations, working with various groups within the Global Compact since 2009, including Co-Chair of SDG Antibribery & Anticorruption Working Group, Office of Special Advisors on Africa & Office of the President of the U.N. General Assembly. Among many speaking engagements at the U.N., Jason has had the privilege of addressing the General Assembly, Diplomats and Heads of State on innovative technologies that reduce bias and have potential to increase flows of investment capital into Africa, and how to move the needle on the SDGs with greater Stakeholder collaboration.

In 2008, Jason founded Nyawa Funding Group, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization with a mission to improve living standards in Sierra Leone, the country where Jason was born and lived until the age of 13.