Jason Booma

Partner

Bio

Jason focuses on investments in the Enterprise IT Services and Digital Infrastructure sectors. At Columbia, Jason serves on the Boards of 2nd Watch, Billing Platform, Lemongrass, Mesh-AI, NearForm, Nisos, and TPC 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

Selected Exits