As Chief Technology Officer of BIP Ventures, John Harris oversees the firm's technology and innovation needs, ensuring strategy and products advance the business.
John joined the firm in 2013 as an early member of the BIP Capital leadership team. Before coming to BIP Capital, John worked in the M&A group at TSYS.
John earned an M.S. in Science in Quantitative and Computational Finance from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering (Electromagnetic Compatibility) from Mercer University. He serves on multiple committees and sub-committees for Calvary Christian School (Leadership Development, Teacher Compensation, and Textbook Selection).
John is married to an ICU nurse and has three children - two girls and a boy. He enjoys hunting and traveling by taking one large family trip each year.
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