Mark Jamison, Managing Vice President, joined Capital One in January to build and lead a Digital Innovation Lab to accelerate the firms digital agenda with particular emphasis on emerging payments, social media, and mobile capabilities. With broad financial services general management experience, Mark has held a variety of leadership positions with Fidelity Investments and Charles Schwab including head of client experience and customer acquisition, general manager of retail banking services, and head of Schwabs strategy and business development functions. As an entrepreneur early in his career, Mark founded and ran MaxMiles, the webs first online personalized account aggregation service that was sold to American Express, and co-founded Legacy.com, the online obituary services that today powers nearly every major newspaper in North America, documenting the life stories of 7 of every 10 deaths in the US and Canada. He is most well known publicly for his corporate innovation work at McDonalds Corporation, where Mark launched the RedBox DVD business, now the #2 distributor of videos in North America, as well as Wi-Fi deployment at McDonalds restaurants throughout 135 countries. He currently sits on the board of Zaw Artisan Pizza, a start-up in Seattle founded by former McDonalds executives. Mark has an MBA with Honors in Decision Sciences and Marketing from Northwesterns Kellogg School, and graduated with Distinction from Indiana University with a B.S. in Business Administration and Religious Philosophy. He also received Honors for graduate work in Business Ethics at London Business School.
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