Jordan Banks is currently the managing partner of Thunder Road Capital, a company founded in 2008 to provide investment and advisory for early stage technology companies.
He is the founder of a movement on Twitter called A Million Tweets to Remember or #1Mtweets where users are encouraged to Tweet about a friend or loved one (past or present) who has suffered with Alzheimer's disease. The objective of the campaign is to raise awareness and money for Alzheimer's research.
In the past, Jordan was the CEO of JumpTV, a leading broadcaster of sports and international television over the Internet and was the key architect of JumpTV's merger with NeuLion Inc., a company owned by former Computer Associates founder and CEO Charles Wang.
Prior to JumpTV Jordan served as the managing director of eBay Canada and helped launch eBay in Canada.