Jesse (Jay) T. Moore III is the founder and Managing Director of Romherst Capital LLC, a Boston based venture capital, capital raising and strategic advisory firm. Romherst Capital focuses its investments in the health care, high-tech and commercial finance sectors. Jay is also the investor of the award-winning Living Life Game, a gift product which has 30 cards about living life to the fullest and sends it’s players out into the real world to do thirty (30) different activities that fit into the theme such as going on a special date and test driving their favorite sports car. The Living Life Game was named the best gift product for couples by PARENTS MAGAZINE in 2003 and another non-disclosed version of The Living Life Game is set for release for the Christmas holiday season of 2014.
Jay was born in Henrietta, NY (a suburb of Rochester) and spent a large part of his summers in Riverdale, NY which is an affluent area of the Bronx. He graduated from Amherst College in 1994 where he double-majored in economics and psychology. At Amherst he was in the Psi Upsilon Gamma fraternity where one of his fraternity brothers was the World Series winning General Manager of the Boston Red Sox. Jay also was a three year starter on the varsity team at Amherst where senior year the team was the first team from both the NESCAC schools and Amherst in particular to be selected for the Division III NCAA tournament. The team made it to the Elite Eight in 1994 that year where they lost to the eventual champions Lebanon Valley College.
Jay attended high school at McQuaid Jesuit High School in Brighton, NY where he also played basketball. McQuaid is know for its basketball power house status and being the high school where Jeff Van Gundy, an ex-New York Knicks head coach and notable CBS Sports Broadcaster coached.
Jay is single and resides in the South End part of Boston, Massachusetts.
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