Who We Are
Jonathan (Khay Shern) Chan is a Principal with TPG Capital Asia based in Singapore, where he coordinates capital formation and business development as the Head of Capital Asia Product. Before joining TPG in 2019, Jonathan spent 8 years with the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) and was responsible for GIC Private Equity's Fund Investments and Co-Investments in Asia. Prior to that, Jonathan worked with Deutsche Bank's Investment Banking team in New Zealand. Jonathan graduated from The University of Auckland.
Jonathan (Khay Shern) Chan
Tammie Chen is a Vice President with the TPG Rise Fund based in San Francisco. She focuses on education investments, and serves on the board of Instride. Prior to joining TPG in 2020, Tammie was the founding investment member of KKR’s technology growth equity fund, and an investment banker at Morgan Stanley. Tammie received a B.S. in Business Administration and B.A. in Economics from University of California at Berkeley, and earned an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Zhengjie (JJ) Chen is a Managing Director in TPG’s Client and Capital Formation group based in Hong Kong, where she works with the firm’s institutional investors in Greater China and Southeast Asia. Prior to joining TPG in 2016, JJ was a Director at Blackstone in the Park Hill Group, where she focused on general partner and limited partner advisory. JJ received her MEng from University of Oxford.
Zhengjie (JJ) Chen
Fei Chen is a Vice President at TPG Capital based in San Francisco, where she focuses on investments in the healthcare sector. Fei has served on the Board of Directors of Neogene Therapeutics and has been involved in TPG’s investments in Allogene Therapeutics, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, LifeStance Health, Exactech and Kadiant. Prior to joining TPG in 2017, Fei was an Associate at Altaris Capital Partners and an Analyst at Jefferies LLC in its investment banking division. Fei graduated cum laude and with distinction from Duke University with a B.A. in Public Policy.
Ryan Chen is a Vice President with TPG Strategic Capital and has been with TPG since 2017. Prior to Strategic Capital, Ryan worked on technology investments for TPG Capital. Before that, Ryan worked at Morgan Stanley, where he advised on and executed M&A and corporate finance transactions for technology businesses. Ryan is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Bruce Chesebrough is a Field Operations Advisor at TPG Capital, where he specializes in sales force effectiveness and has worked in more than 100 industries including: software, ecommerce, insurance, publishing, plastics, defense, building materials, engineering, chemicals, construction, medical equipment, IT infrastructure, distribution, third party logistics, and precision machining and fabrication. Prior to joining TPG, Bruce held positions as Managing Director at Alvarez and Marsal and SVP, Global Sales and Marketing at Corbis Corporation. He holds a BA in economics from Amherst College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is a Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) and a former member of Board of Directors of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA).
Adrian Chong is a Vice President with TPG based in Singapore, having joined the firm in 2015. Adrian covers Southeast Asia and has been involved in several of TPG’s investments in healthcare, financial services, and education in the region. Prior to joining the firm, Adrian worked in investment banking at Credit Suisse, after graduating from the University of Melbourne in Australia.
Maya Chorengel is Co-Managing Partner of The Rise Fund and the fund’s Sector Lead for Financial Services. She has been with TPG since 2017 and is based in San Francisco. Maya has over two decades of impact investing and private equity experience, and is a co-Founder of Elevar Equity, a leading impact venture firm, and earlier was with Warburg Pincus in Hong Kong, Menlo Park, and New York. Maya has a BA from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is on the boards of EverFi, Globokasnet, Kiva, Nithio, and Varo Money, and is an advisor to several impact investing initiatives and organizations.
Julie Hong Clayton is with TPG Capital and is based in San Francisco, where she leads TPG’s equity capital markets efforts across its platforms. Prior to joining TPG in 2013, Julie served as a Director of Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Equity Capital Markets. Julie graduated from Harvard College and is a member of the Board of Univision Communications, Inc.