Princeton-based investment and advisory firm Edison Partners has promoted three executives to vice president, it announced Monday.
The firm said James Hill, Jennifer Lee and Doba Parushev had all been senior associates with the investment team.
“We’re proud of the exceptional talents that Jennifer, James and Doba each bring to our firm,” Chris Sugden, managing partner, said in a prepared statement. “We are also excited to be in the fortunate position to provide growth opportunities to these high performers. With these promotions, we recognize not only strong results, but also the energy, intellect and strong networks these individuals have that will benefit our limited partners and entrepreneurs.”
Hill is a member of the firm’s health care information technology practice who first joined the firm in 2013 as a summer associate.
Lee focuses on the firm’s fintech investments; she joined as an associate in 2016.
And Parushev also joined the firm as an associate in 2016. His focus is on investments and sourcing within the enterprise solutions sector.
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