Sarah joined Greylock in 2013. She is excited by entrepreneurs that understand a cloudy and mobile world, and are remaking the landscape of enterprise IT infrastructure and software. She is also interested in drones, the connected home, wearables, robotics, 3-D printing, and software innovations in the healthcare and financial industries.
Prior to Greylock, Sarah was at Goldman Sachs, where she invested in Dropbox and helped take Workday public. She advised pre-IPO private technology companies (as well as public clients including Zynga, Netflix and Nvidia) on strategic and financial issues.
Previously, Sarah worked with Casa Systems, a venture-funded startup that enables cable operators to meet growing demand for broadband services.
Sarah has four degrees from the Wharton School and the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Lauder Institute Fellow and a graduate of the Huntsman Program.
She is an advocate for STEM education for women and the underserved, as well as education more generally. She has taught Marketing in the Wharton Undergraduate Program and served as a teaching fellow in lower-income high schools for the Philadelphia World Affairs Council.