Zetta Venture Partners was founded in 2013 and is the first fund focused on intelligent software. Zetta invests $1-5M investments in pre-traction, post-data AI-first startups with B2B business models. Zetta launched its third fund at $180M in April 2020 and has $365M in assets under management.
Cornell Johnson Graduate School of ManagementIncoming Teaching Assistant, Mar 2021 | Ithaca, NY
Teaching assistant for NBA 6090: Digital Marketing, an MBA course taught by Professor Clarence Lee.Scout, July 2020-Present | Ithaca, NY
Open Scout aims to disrupt the social dynamics of venture capital by connecting founders with investors based on shared interests rather than shared networks. I focus on the Cornell entrepreneurship ecosystem.Data Science Research Intern, May 2020-July 2020 | Remote
Focused on data science projects in the venture capital space. Compiled metrics from micro-VC firms and devised an adjustable ranking algorithm to help limited partners seek profitable investments in emerging managers through fund-of-funds (FOF) models. This provided support to a thesis on why limited partners should invest in emerging managers and helped seek solutions in how to increase diversity in venture capital.Cornell Ambassador, May 2018-Aug 2020
I was one of 13 nationwide campus ambassadors for Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm based in San Francisco. I scouted student-founded startups at Cornell and introduced them to Sequoia if they were looking for potential seed/Series A funding.Product & Business Development Intern, May 2019-Aug 2019 | New York, NY
Carbon is a fintech startup in New York City focused on developing payment solutions for the blockchain space. It is backed by Y Combinator, General Catalyst, Digital Currency Group, Firstmark, Plug & Play, Haystack, and more. It was acquired by Wyre in 2020.Marketing Intern, Feb 2019-May 2019 | Ithaca, NY
Promoted summer entrepreneurship program & summer incubator program through social media and outreach to online communities; co-hosted an Introduction to Entrepreneurship speaker event with Alpha Omega Epsilon.
Cornell Entrepreneurship ClubCo-Founder & Vice President, May 2020-Present | Ithaca, NY
More information coming soon!Advisor, Nov 2020-Present
Executive Co-Director, Nov 2018-Nov 2020
Marketing/Logistics Coordinator, Nov 2017-Nov 2018
Each year, 400-500 students participate in Cornell's flagship hackathon to ideate, design, and build cool projects. I led ~40 students across 7 teams (Marketing, Logistics, Finance, Sponsorship, Web Development, Design, Research & Development) to organize Cornell's largest hackathon.Director of Marketing & Design, April 2020-Oct 2020 | Remote
IvyHacks is the ultimate virtual hackathon experience organized by 100 students from Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, and Princeton. Backed by a team with decades of hackathon experiences, IvyHacks is a free, 4-day event for thousands of students around the world to unite and solve global problems using technology. It took place from October 1-4, 2020 and had ~2000 students in attendance.Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) Lead, Sept 2020-Present
Autopilot Subteam Member, Sept 2017-Present
CUAir is an interdisciplinary undergraduate research project team that designs, builds, and flies an autonomous aerial vehicle capable of autonomous takeoff and landing, waypoint navigation, obstacle avoidance, target detection, dropping an autonomous ground vehicle for search and rescue, and more. In 2018, CUAir won 1st place amongst fixed-wing aircrafts in the International AUVSI SUAS competition.
The Autopilot subteam is responsible for ensuring that the aircraft can perform all necessary maneuvers to fulfill the mission requirements. This involves configuring and tuning the autopilot for each of our aircrafts, as well as implementing software to aid in autonomous flight planning, which includes our autopilot ground station and path planning algorithms. The Autopilot subteam is constantly evaluating all autopilot systems available to determine which will perform best for us.Head of Professional Development, Nov 2019-Dec 2020
Website Chair, Aug 2019-Nov 2019
Professional Chair, May 2018-Aug 2019
I am a founding charter member and sister in the Beta class. As the Head of Professional Development, I worked with the Professional Chair to create a professional development curriculum.
As Website Chair, I developed the new website and wrote complete documentation. As Professional Chair, I developed and held a series of internal workshops each semester for professional development, organized public workshops and speaker events, planned tech talks with industry professionals and companies, provided resources for those looking for summer internships/research, and compiled a resume book each semester.Fellow, Aug 2018-Present
Rewriting the Code is a national fellowship program for supporting undergraduate women pursuing tech careers. Fellows attend virtual workshops, empower each other through inclusive online groups, and host or attend mentorship events year round.