Jorge Paulo Lemann
Entrepreneur, Investor, Philanthropist, 3G Co-Founder, and Innovation Enthusiast
Jorge Paulo Lemann is an innovation enthusiast, co-founder of 3G Capital. Mr. Lemann has a BA from Harvard University and since an early age was involved with entrepreneurship. He was the founding shareholder and principal executive of Banco de Investimentos Garantia in Brazil from 1971 through July 1998, acquired by Credit Suisse First Boston. Jorge Paulo is a Philanthropist and sees Education as an impactful way to help Brazilians to thrive, and for this reason, is the Founding Board Member of Fundação Estudar and the Lemann Foundation, nonprofits organizations which supporter talented students with fellowship. Other important roles that Mr. Lemann has are the controlling shareholder and former Board Member of Anheuser-Busch InBev; Board Member of The Kraft Heinz Company since June 2013; Former Chairman of the Latin American Advisory Board of the New York Stock Exchange; and Member of the Advisory Board of Harvard Business School.