Alan Jones is a senior managing director and a member of the Management Committee at Intermediate Capital Group (“ICG”), a global alternative asset management firm. He is responsible for ICG’s Direct Private Investment businesses in North America and serves on the Investment Committee for Private Equity and Private Debt. He also serves as Chair of ICG’s Diversity & Inclusion initiative. He is a Director of Gil-Bar, an HVAC solutions company.
Prior to joining ICG, he served as a Managing Director and Vice-Chairman of Private Credit & Equity at Morgan Stanley, where he held various leadership positions over a 25-year career. A.J. joined Morgan Stanley in 1993 after eight years at First Boston, where he had been a Director in the High Yield Finance Group.
He has also served as a Director on numerous corporate boards, including HBF, Cadence, 24-Seven, CoAdvantage, Access Cash, Smile America Partners, McKechnie Aerospace, Zenith (UK), EmployBridge, and Creative Circle.
A.J. is Chairman of Physicians for Human Rights; a Director of the Commonwealth Fund; a Director of Shakespeare’s Globe USA; a Director of the International Biomedical Research Alliance; a member of the Council on Foreign Relations; a member of the Harvard Business School Fund Council; a member of the Radcliffe Institute Leadership Society;; a member of the Reform Leadership Council at the Vera Institute of Justice; and a mentor in Senator Gillibrand’s Women’s Mentoring Initiative.
He was an Executive Producer of Letters from Baghdad, a documentary on the life of Gertrude Bell, and was a producer of Shakespeare’s Globe’s Tony-nominated Broadway productions of Twelfth Night and Richard III.
A.J. received an AB magna cum laude in Biochemical Sciences in 1983 from Harvard College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. In 1987 he received an MBA with High Distinction from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar.