Joy Marcus

Joy Marcus


Venture Partner




Joy Marcus is a Venture Partner at Jerusalem Venture Partners, based in their New York City office. JVP is a leading Israeli fund with over $1.5B in assets under management that has created Centers of Excellence in Israel’s Galilee and Negev regions as well as in Jerusalem and most recently New York. Joy is also a Lecturer at Princeton University, where she teaches The Foundations of Entrepreneurship, a requirement of the University’s Certificate of Entrepreneurship program in the Department of Engineering.
Most recently Executive Vice President and General Manager Digital Video at Condé Nast Entertainment, in her 20+ year career in media Joy has been a change agent adept at launching and growing digital businesses within large legacy companies as well as growing small digital only companies into profitable businesses. Joy was on the management teams that took BarnesandNoble.com public and that led French video site Dailymotion to its sale to Orange (France Telecom). She was named to the Digital Power 50 by the Hollywood Reporter in 2009 and 2010. In 2014, Joy was named a Woman to Watch by Crain’s Magazine and a Woman of Power and Influence by the National Organization for Women (NOW). She is on the Boards of the New York Tech Alliance and MOUSE and is an active angel investor.