Miriam Rivera is the co-founder and Managing Director of Ulu Ventures, a seed stage venture fund focused on IT startups. Previously, she was a Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at Google, where she joined as the company’s second attorney. Her work to simplify contracts helped Google scale from $85M to $10B in five years. Rivera earned her AB, AM, and JD/MBA degrees from Stanford University. She was also a trustee for the university and serves on Stanford’s Lead Council and the Stanford Law School Venture Fund. She has been honored with the Stanford Medal, awarded to fewer than one percent of Stanford alumni. She is on the investment committee of Acumen Fund America, and is also a Kauffman Foundation Board member and an advisor to the Launch with GS Advisory Council, a Goldman Sachs initiative to reduce the investing gap for Black and LatinX founders.
This appearance by Miriam Rivera is part of the Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders series. Join us virtually at youtube.com/ecorner as we bring founders, investors and industry influencers to center stage and invite them to share what it takes to become a disruptor.