- Battery Venturespresent
- DFJ GothamMBA Student at Columbia Business School and Venture Capital Intern
- Conductor, Inc.
- Pequot Ventures
- Merrill Lynch
Despite my love of sourdough bread, sunshine, and the Giants (the SF ones), I opted for four traditional seasons after high school and attended Georgetown University in Washington, DC. After school, I sold my soul to Wall Street and moved to New York City before miraculously finagling my way into venture capital.
In my first VC job, I recognized the value for an investor to have both operating experience and an MBA; consequently, I joined one of our portfolio companies and ultimately attended business school at Columbia. After graduation, I traded in my snow boots for flip-flops and returned to the Bay Area where I work as a venture capitalist with Battery Ventures.
Outside of professional stuff, I apparently can’t get enough of working with entrepreneurs because I also serve on the Board of Directors of Project Enterprise, a Harlem-based microfinance nonprofit. Additionally, I was never the fastest runner as a kid, but in my twenties I’ve realized I could stubbornly outlast almost anyone. As a result, I’ve taken up endurance sports and have somehow run a handful of marathons and recently completed two Ironman 70.3 triathlons. No, I’ve never won any of these, but I enjoy them..
- Georgetown University