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Jamison Hill

Jamison Hill

Bay Area

Focus Area


Jamison joined Bain Capital Ventures in 2014 to invest in application software and SaaS companies. He works across all aspects of the investment process, including sourcing, due diligence, transaction execution, and portfolio company support.

Prior to Bain Capital Ventures, Jamison held operational roles at Bonobos, an e-commerce-driven apparel brand headquartered in New York City. At Bonobos, Jamison focused on building out the brand’s analytical capabilities across finance, retail, and marketing, and secondarily on building out his personal wardrobe with the help of an excellent employee discount. Before Bonobos, Jamison was a management consultant at Bain & Company in Boston, advising clients across a wide range of industries on strategic investments and growth opportunities.  He was named to Forbes “30 Under 30” Venture Capital list in 2016.

Jamison originally hails from Libertyville, Illinois. Outside of work, he can be found exercising to the latest pop hits, enjoying the great outdoors, or exploring new corners of the globe with friends.


Jamison graduated from Harvard College with a degree in History and Literature. He wrote his honors thesis on the representation of racial violence in turn-of-the-century American photography. While at Harvard, he spent countless hours at 14 Plympton St., covering crime for The Harvard Crimson and leading its weekly culture magazine, Fifteen Minutes. He was also a member of the Crimson Key Society and a Class Marshal.