Jeffrey Jacob, ’00
Senior Executive Director, Enterprise Business Analytics
New York Blood Center
Jeffrey Jacob, ’00, is the senior executive director of enterprise business analytics for the New York Blood Center (NYBC), one of the largest community blood centers in the country.
Jacob provides valuable business counsel and overall strategic direction to drive many of the corporate initiatives for NYBC, including development of the five-year strategic plan, creation of cost models with the finance team to better understand and control the levers of the business, drafting and presentation of numerous business cases for consideration by the board of trustees, and construction of revenue growth strategies for the organization. In 13 years with NYBC, Jacob has witnessed both the evolution of the healthcare landscape in this country and the cultural changes that are prevailing in the not-for-profit sector in general.
Before joining NYBC, Jacob held internal strategy and business development roles with a number of major retail companies (1-800-flowers.com and Toys R Us) as well as serving as a business strategy consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers (now IBM Consulting Services).
Jacob received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, his JD from New York Law School, and his BA in history and economics from Rutgers, where he graduated with history departmental honors.
Jeffrey Jacob will participate in “You’re Not Alone: Building Effective Partnerships with Nonprofits, Foundations, and Corporations.”