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JOHN G. BERYLSON, father of Jennifer L. Berylson Lí05, has made a leadership contribution to the Law School in support of classroom renovation. Berylson is chairman of GCC Investments, Chestnut Hill Ventures. Prior to leading these firms, he was managing director of Advent International Financial Services, Inc., a private equity firm. After his graduation from business school, he was an investment banker and vice president at Blyth, Eastman Paine Webber as well as founder and managing director of Cowen & Companyís investment banking group. He recently served as chairman of Fleetcor Technologies and Capital Access Holdings, inc. and remains active with both as a member of their boards of directors. Berylson has previously owned Harcourt General, the Neiman Marcus Group, and General Cinema. His familyís holdings include interests in the transportation, energy, transaction processing and insurance industries.
Berylson is chairman of the Boston Police Activities League, a board member of Brown University Library System and a trustee of both Beth Israel Hospital of Boston and Brown University Sports Foundation, as well as an overseer of Newton Wellesley Hospital. Both he and Jennifer are trustees of the Richard Smith Family Foundation, one of the most active family foundations in New England.
Berylson received an A.B. from Brown University, an M.B.A from Harvard University and an M.S. from NYU.
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