Joy Marcus

Venture Partner, JVP

Joy brings to JVP a 20 year career in the media and technology spaces. Joy focuses on deal flow in digital media in NYC and Israel, cultivating new talent and existing JVP portfolio companies. Previously, Joy was Executive Vice President and General Manager Digital Video at Condé Nast Entertainment, home to leading brands such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and GQ, among others, where she led the newly formed video division to triple digit year over year growth.  Ahead of that, Joy spent 3 years as a Venture Partner and then Managing Director at Gotham Ventures, a Draper Fisher Jurvetson network fund. In addition, Joy was on the management teams that took BarnesandNoble.com public and that led French video site Dailymotion in its sale to Orange (France Telecom) for $200 million. As a Visiting Professor, Joy currently teaches the Foundations of Entrepreneurship course at her alma mater, Princeton University, where she was a Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate. Joy is based out of JVP’s New York office, Hub.NYC by JVP.