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Mr. Levy currently serves as a Managing Partner at SBNY (formerly SoftBank Capital NY) and Seed Capital Partners, an early stage Venture Capital Fund he co-founded in late 1999. SBNY is a venture capital fund specializing in mobile, social media, eCommerce and digital media investments in early stage technology companies. In addition, he serves as Co-Managing
Partner of Z80 Labs, an Accelerator Fund created in 2013 in Buffalo NY to help kick-start the start-up ecosystem.
Prior to co-founding Seed Capital Partners, he was co-founder of Upgrade
Corporation of America and was President, co-CEO and co-Chair of its predecessor companies SOFTBANK Services Group and ClientLogic (now SITEL Worldwide). Previously, Jordan was Senior
Vice President of Software Etc (now GameStop GME:NASDAQ), a chain of computer and video game stores throughout the US. He was also Executive Vice President and co-founder of
Software Distribution Services, (now known as Ingram Micro IM:NASDAQ).
He started his career in Albany, New York where he worked in the New York State Senate and was actively involved in
dozens of political campaigns. Mr. Levy currently serves on the Board of Directors of several technology companies including, Rebelmouse, Strategic Financial Solutions, and Take2. Until
recently he served on the Boards of ACV Auctions, US Bitcoin (acquired by HUT8 HUT:NASDAQ), Synacor, Buzzfeed, WorkMarket (acquired by ADP), Fieldlens acquired by (WeWork), ZipList
(acquired by Advance Newhouse), OMGPOP (acquired by Zynga), KickApps (acquired by KIT Digital), XO Soft (acquired by CA), HyperPublic (acquired by Groupon), Huffington Post (acquired
by AOL) and VirginMega (acquired by Nike).
He also serves on the Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation Executive Committee in Miami, FL. Previously, he sat on the Board of Upstate New York Regional Advisory Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, was a founding Director of Cobalt Networks prior to its acquisition by Sun Microsystems, and GT Interactive before it was
acquired by Atari. Mr. Levy also served as the first non-Native American on the Board of Seneca Holdings, LLC, the business arm of the Seneca Nation of Indians.