Jun 2009 - Present
Sep 2001 - Jun 2003
Sep 1994 - Apr 1997
Minor in Engineering Management
Snowboarding, Windsurfing, Boxing, Exercise, Reading, Traveling, Foreign Languages
Jonathan Hollander realized early on that a combination of intense academic performance and international experience would lead to unique analytical capabilities. Jonathan Hollander attended an Israeli high school exchange program, and after graduating from high school in the U.S., he attended Tufts University, where he pursued a diverse array of academic, professional, and extracurricular activities. At Tufts, Jonathan Hollander attended a French study abroad program, and he graduated magna cum laude in four years with double majors in Engineering and Environmental Technology and a minor in Engineering Management. To help fund his education, Jonathan Hollander served as an academic tutor and created a web design company that led him to his first of two internships with JP Morgan. Jonathan Hollander also served as the President of the Tufts Interfraternity Council and held membership in two honor societies: Pi Tau Sigma (mechanical engineering) and Psi Chi (psychology). An athlete as well, Jonathan Hollander was an Assistant Instructor with the Tufts Thai Boxing Club. After graduation, Jonathan Hollander worked in New York City with the Leveraged Finance Group at Credit Suisse First Boston, where he focused on private equity and high-yield transactions with extensive Asian travel during the Asian Financial Crisis in 1998-99. After CSFB, Jonathan Hollander was hired as the first Private Equity Associate at Citicorp Venture Capital, where he worked on investment opportunities within the technology and industrial sectors. After CVC, Jonathan Hollander attended an intensive Spanish program in Spain and then entered the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. While at Stanford, Jonathan Hollander was active in the Private Equity, Real Estate, and Finance & Investment Clubs and attended a study trip to Cuba. Jonathan Hollander completed his summer MBA internship with the Goldman Sachs Asian Special Situations Group in Hong Kong, where he witnessed the growing Chinese demand on the commodity and metals markets. After Stanford, Jonathan Hollander worked in real estate and then transitioned to CR Intrinsic Investors, LLC, where he focused on metals and mining and real estate investments. Today, Jonathan Hollander heads Chesapeake Advisory Group, LLC, where he invests and consults on natural resources, clean technology, and media opportunities in the U.S., Latin America, and Israel.