Jill is a venture partner at Slow Ventures, a San Francisco-based early stage venture capital fund. Jill is also a co-founder of the Open Money Initiative, a non-profit organization that researches and publishes data on how those without access to a free and open financial system manage their money. The Open Money Initiative has delivered insights that have led to strategy and product decisions at technology companies like IDEO, within activist communities like the Human Rights Foundation, and in cryptocurrency projects like Zcash.

Jill has also conducted academic research on the use of cryptocurrencies in emerging markets as part of her masters degree at Magdalen College, Oxford. Jill started her career on the emerging markets fixed income desk at Goldman Sachs in New York. Jill has also served as a consultant to institutions like the International Monetary Fund.