Jeffrey Dunston Zients, American federal official. Named one of America's 40 Richest Under 40, Fortune magazine, 2002. President, chief executive Washington Baseball Club, 2004—2006; co-founder, treasurer Urban Alliance Foundation; chairman finance and investment committee Children's National Medical Center, Washington.
Zients, Jeffrey Dunston was born in 1966.
Bachelor of Science in Political Science summa cum laude, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1988.
Various positions Corporation Executive Board Company, Arlington, Virginia, 1992—2000, chairman board, 2000—2001. Founder, managing partner Portfolio Logic, Washington, 2004—2009. Chief performance officer, deputy director for management Office Management & Budget (Office of Management and Budget), Executive Office of the President, since 2009, acting director, 2010.
Member board directors Best Practices, PSA Healthcare, Revolution Health, XM Satellite Radio Inc., 2006—2008, Sirius XM Radio, 2008—2009, Timbuk2 Designs.
President, chief executive Washington Baseball Club, 2004—2006. Co-founder, treasurer Urban Alliance Foundation. Chairman finance and investment committee Children's National Medical Center, Washington.