Jason Booma



Jason focuses on investments in the Enterprise Technology and Digital Infrastructure sectors. At Columbia, Jason serves on the Boards of Billing Platform, Indicium, Lantern, Lemongrass, Mesh-AI, NearForm, Nisos, Ollion, TPC, V2 Digital, and xtype and previously served as a Director of Cloud Sherpas (acquired by Accenture), Contino (acquired by Cognizant) and SummitIG (acquired by SDC Capital Partners).  Jason began his tenure as a principal investor in 2004 with Centennial Ventures. There, he was involved with Centennial's services and technology investments in Zayo Group (NYSE: ZAYO), Compellent Technologies (NYSE: CML), New Global Telecom (acquired by Comcast), Market Force Information, and TensorComm.  Prior to Centennial, Jason was a product manager for Level 3 Communications. Jason started his career at QualNet (acquired by Verio), a start-up provider of Internet infrastructure for mid-sized enterprises. Jason received a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Northwestern University and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management.

Sectors of Focus

Digital Infrastructure

Enterprise Technology

Current Investments

Recent Exits