When Nancy Schoendorf joined MDV in 1993 she brought seventeen years of industry experience in a variety of engineering and executive positions. Nancy leads investments in the areas of software and services.
Nancy spent 10 years at Hewlett-Packard where she ran operating systems projects including HP-UX and its real-time extensions as engineering section manager. She later joined Software Publishing Corp. (SPCO), creator of Harvard Graphics, serving as an officer and vice president of R&D and product development. Following that assignment, she managed the development of the Solaris kernel and operating system as director of systems software development at Sun Microsystems.
Nancy earned a bachelor's degree with distinction in computer science and mathematics from Iowa State University and a master's degree with honors in business administration (MBA) from the University of Santa Clara.