- Most recently, Leutz served as vice president of emerging products at ZoomInfo
- He began his career at Webber & Grinnell Insurance Agency and Encharter Insurance
- Over the past two decades, Great Hill has raised over $12 billion of commitments and invested in more than 95 companies
Great Hill Partners has hired Ned Leutz as go-to-market lead on the growth team. In this role, Leutz will collaborate with other members of the growth team to identify and pursue opportunities to enhance value and further scale Great Hill’s portfolio companies.
“Ned’s robust track record of fueling growth by enhancing sales and executing aggressive go-to market strategies will provide us with valuable and highly relevant insights in today’s changing landscape,” said Chris Gaffney, managing director at Great Hill, in a statement. “We look forward to leveraging his expertise and deep network of relationships to help our portfolio companies unlock growth and achieve their full potentials. We have been focused on strengthening our bench of talent with an eye towards having a broad range of resources, and we are proud to have Ned on board.”
“I am excited to be joining Great Hill Partners, a firm that seeks out and supports companies with untapped potentials at the intersection of data, technology and innovation,” said Leutz. “Great Hill has a track record of providing immense value to the companies in which it invests, and I am looking forward to working with the team to help disruptive companies enhance their go-to-market capabilities and achieve long-term revenue growth.”
Most recently, Leutz served as vice president of emerging products at ZoomInfo. Prior to that, he held multiple roles at ZoomInfo, including vice president of renewal and growth sales. He began his career at Webber & Grinnell Insurance Agency and Encharter Insurance. Leutz holds a bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College.
Great Hill Partners targets investments of $100 million to $500 million in high-growth companies across the software, digital commerce, financial technology, healthcare, and digital infrastructure sectors. Over the past two decades, Great Hill has raised over $12 billion of commitments and invested in more than 95 companies.