Jeffrey Jacob is the Vice President, Strategic Services & Facilities Administration. In addition to continuing his work in the Office of the President where he has provided valuable business counsel and overall strategic direction to drive many of the corporate-wide strategic planning and business development initiatives for NYBC, Jeff has responsibility for NYBC’s real estate strategy and administration and all of the many facilities that comprise NYBC’s physical footprint.
Prior to this position, Jeff was Chief, Strategy & Corporate Planning and the Director of Strategy and Business Development with NYBC. Jeff was instrumental in drafting the current Five Year Strategic Plan, developing cost models for finance and operations to better manage the business, increasing management understanding of general & administrative and overhead expenses, and coordinating the movement of numerous employees throughout different facilities to accommodate renovations.
Before joining NYBC, Jeff worked with a number of major retail companies as well as serving as a business strategy consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers (now IBM Consulting Services). Jeff 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 College where he graduated with History departmental honors.