13 Facts About Jake Winebaum


Jake Winebaum was born on 1959 and is an American entrepreneur.


At Dartmouth, Jake Winebaum played three sports, Soccer, Lacrosse and Alpine Skiing.


Jake Winebaum spent summers throughout high school and college working on fishing boats and started a fish processing and distribution business delivering fish and lobsters to restaurants and supermarkets throughout Northern New England.


Jake Winebaum started his professional career at Fortune magazine in 1982.


Jake Winebaum sold the magazine to the Walt Disney Company in 1992.


Jake Winebaum was named President of Disney Online in 1995.


Jake Winebaum left Disney in 1999 to co-found eCompanies, an Internet incubator and venture fund, with EarthLink founder Sky Dayton.

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Cigna acquired Brighter in December 2017 and as part of the transaction Jake Winebaum became Cigna's Chief Digital Officer.


Jake Winebaum co-founded Applied Cognition with Paul Dagum in December 2020 where he serves as Executive Chairman.


Jake Winebaum is developing a device and health management platform to treat and prevent age-related decline in cognitive function.


Jake Winebaum serves on the board of directors of Vision to Learn and the Wood Island Life Saving Station and was Founding Chairman of Seven Arrows Elementary School.


Jake Winebaum remains a competitive athlete in endurance cycling and running events and Masters ski racing.


Jake Winebaum has competed in the Leadville 100, Transalp Challenge mountain bike races, Tour Transalp, and Everest Challenge road bike races multiple times, and placed 6th in the 2008 National Masters Ski Championships.