Alison Wagonfeld / Operating Partner
Alison joined Emergence in March 2013 as an Operating Partner. She is part of the investment team and she works with the Emergence portfolio companies on marketing, strategy, talent/recruiting, and resource development. The San Francisco Business Journal named Alison one of the “Most Influential Women in the Bay Area” in 2014.
Prior to Alison’s role with HBS, Alison worked at Intuit, where she co-founded QuickenLoans. Alison was also the SVP of marketing and business development at Greenlight.com, an online car sales company, incubated by Kleiner Perkins, which was later acquired by CarsDirect (Internet Brands). Alison has also worked in the mergers & acquisitions group at Morgan Stanley (in New York and Hong Kong), and as a product manager at Microsoft.
Alison received her B.A., magna cum laude, from Yale University and her MBA from Harvard Business School, where she was a Baker Scholar. Alison is chair of the board for My New Red Shoes, a local non-profit focused on providing brand new shoes and clothing for homeless children. Alison is an avid reader and enjoys playing competitive tennis.
Executive Assistant / Kate Berger
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