Jonathan Lehr is a Co-Founder and General Partner of Work-Bench, where he focuses on early stage enterprise technology investments in areas including machine learning and AI, cloud-native infrastructure, cybersecurity, and the future of work.
Jon founded the NY Enterprise Technology Meetup in January 2012 and organizes monthly meetups of the 10,500+ person group as a way to promote collaboration for the "suits and hoodies" of New York's enterprise tech ecosystem across Fortune 500 executives, startup founders and operators, and investors of all stages.
Prior to Work-Bench, Jon worked at Morgan Stanley on the Office of the CIO team in IT. In that capacity, he partnered with internal technology clients to facilitate the selection and on-boarding of emerging technology vendors. He has written about enterprise technology trends for publications such as The Wall Street Journal and TechCrunch.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Jon is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where he received a BSE in bioengineering, with minors in Mathematics and Economics.
He lives in New Jersey with his wife Michaela and three children.
Jon is a member of Class 19.