Executive Chair at Accelerated Digital Ventures (http://accelerated.ventures) - previously Archimedes Labs, TechCrunch, RealNames, EasyNet
Investing in People and Companies That Matter: The Perkins Fund - Broadway Angels - Project Glimmer
Based in Saratoga. Invests in Games, Mobile, Consumer Internet, Information Technology, Nanotechnology, Communications Infrastructure, Software, Security, Consumers, Content, Financial Services, Medical, Health Care Information Technology, Small and Medium Businesses, Information Services, Bridging Online and Offline, Fashion, Location Based Services, Social Media, Advertising, SaaS, Music, Enterprise Software, Analytics, 3D Printing, 3D Technology, 3D, Marketplaces, ECommerce, Healthcare, B2B, Big Data, Mobile Commerce, Entertainment, Education
Cottonwood Technology Fund is a venture capital firm based in Santa Fe, New Mexico with a focus on the Southwest US and northern Europe and was founded in 2009. The firm invests in technology companies operating in the communications, biotechnology, health and wellness and clean technology sectors.
Norwest Venture Partners
Ethel focuses on early and late stage venture investments in enterprise software and infrastructure including areas such as big data, SaaS, healthcare IT, mobile and cloud. Before joining NVP in 2008, Ethel worked at Index Ventures where she evaluated investment opportunities in technology sectors ranging from mobile and consumer Internet to open source enterprise software. Prior to Index Ventures, Ethel was a private equity associate at Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, where she conducted due diligence and assessed buyouts in the consumer products, healthcare and retail sectors. Previously, Ethel was a member of Morgan Stanley’s Media & Communications M&A Group, where she specialized in strategic advisory work for such clients as Comcast and AT&T. Ethel has also held positions at IBM’s Tokyo Research Laboratory and Netscape Communications Corporation. Ethel holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, a master of science degree in management science and engineering and a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Stanford University.