|Cornell University, S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, MBA||2002|
|Colby College, BA||1993|
Jason Hogg is the President of American Express’ Serve Enterprise. He is responsible for online, commerce and international platforms within the Enterprise Growth Group. He leads the creation of a scalable, global platform that supports a number of existing businesses and brings new online and mobile initiatives to market more rapidly. His role also includes supporting digital initiatives and all payment forms that are outside of American Express’ traditional charge and credit products.
Currently, Jason is focused on managing American Express’ joint venture with LianLian in China, where he is responsible for strategy, product development, marketing, technology, IT, business development and finance.
Jason joined American Express when Revolution Money, Inc. was acquired in November 2009. As Founder, President and CEO of Revolution Money, Inc., he built an alternative payment company, comprised of a PCI compliant system of record, prepaid operating system and payment network composed of nearly 1 million merchants.
Prior to American Express, Jason co-founded MBNA Canada and served as Chief Business Development Officer, establishing the bank’s business development and marketing operations that led to $1 billion in receivables. During his five years with MBNA America, Jason held executive positions in Loss Prevention, Credit, Compliance, Sales and Marketing. Jason co-founded MBNA’s Sports Marketing practice, now a $4 billion receivables business, as well as founded MBNA’s credit counseling subsidiary, Financial Management Services, Inc.
Jason’s experience also includes COO and President positions at two technology organizations, Medsite, Inc. and HorizonLive, Inc. which were sold to WebMD and Wimba, respectively. He is also a former Special Agent with the FBI.
Jason earned his MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management where he is currently a member of the faculty. He earned his BA from Colby College.