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Miriam Rivera is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Ulu Ventures, a top performing seed seed IT fund focused on enterprise companies. Ulu's entrepreneurs are among the most diverse in VC-backed companies with over 20% women CEOs, 23% minority CEOs and 9% underrepresented minoirty CEOs. Rivera is also the co-founder of Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs, has taught in the Stanford Technology Ventures Program on start-up board issues and been a mentor in entrepreneurship at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Miriam earned the AB, AM, and JD/MBA degrees at Stanford University. Miriam is also a Kauffman Fellow in venture capital.
Prior to Ulu Ventures, Rivera was Vice President/Deputy General Counsel at Google and, post-IPO: Secretary to the board of Google.org, a member of Google's disclosure committee, and Assistant Secretary to the board of Google Inc. Rivera has served on the Board of Visitors of Stanford Law School, the Dean’s Advisory Council for the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Stanford University’s Board of Trustees, as well as an advisor to the Rock Center on Corporate Governance Venture Capital Director's College. She is currently a member of the Stanford Law School Venture Fund and Stanford's Lead Council. She is also a recipient of the Stanford Medal.
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