Jeffrey M. Zucker is a serial entrepreneur with experience in a wide range of industries including real estate, cannabis, film, design, technology, and hospitality.
Jeffrey was born and raised in Charleston, SC and currently resides in Denver, CO. He graduated from Boston University's Questrom School of Business, where he founded multiple successful real estate businesses through Saltshaker Holdings, the operating company he founded and runs as President and CEO.
More recent endeavors include Green Lion Partners, based out of Denver, CO and Big Smits Entertainment, both co-founded by Jeffrey in 2015. In 2017, along with Wells Collins, Jeffrey founded Two Bridges Design. Green Lion Partners is a business strategy firm focused on providing consulting services, direct investments, and strategic partnerships to early stage companies in the regulated cannabis industry. Their core focus is elevating the public perception of the industry while pushing it forward toward more sophisticated and socially responsible business practices. As a result of Jeffrey’s and Green Lion’s combined accomplishments in the industry, Marijuana Policy Project, the largest organization in the U.S. focused solely on ending marijuana prohibition, selected Jeffrey to serve on the Board of Directors.
Big Smits Entertainment is based in LA and operated with partners BJ Bales, Jeff Howard, and Eric MacIver. It is an end-to-end production and finance company focused on the development and creation of original content in digital, TV, and feature films. Big Smits has several series in the pipeline among other media.
Two Bridges is a nimble design studio based out of Denver, Colorado. TB specializes in building identities and bridging the gap between you and your clients through thoughtful design. TB believes a brand should evoke emotion, strengthen loyalty, and and attract more of your audience.
Jeffrey is always open to hearing new business ideas of any kind and is happy to get involved with projects, people, and ideas in which he believes. His business decisions are determined not only based upon making a profit, but also—inspired by his late father's mission of Tikkun Olam (repair of the world)—with the goal of improving the lives of others as much as possible.
For more information, check out Jeffrey's LinkedIn page.