Since joining Trinity Ventures in 1999, Patricia has focused on funding companies launching innovative online consumer and business services. She is particularly interested in the impact of mobile, machine learning and crowd-sourcing on the next generation of Internet services.
Patricia has active investments in Eat Club, Kixeye, Mayvenn, Owler, Ruby Ribbon, ThredUp, and Turo, and was previously involved with Affinity Labs (acquired by Monster Worldwide), Care.com (CRCM), LoopNet (LOOP), MyNewPlace (acquired by RealPage), Sabrix (acquired by Thomson Reuters, TRI) and PayScale (acquired by Warburg Pincus).
Prior to Trinity Ventures, Patricia worked at McKinsey & Company, helping enterprises in technology, financial services, and retailing identify and address their strategic and operational issues. Previously, she also contributed to FORTUNE magazine and other publications on management best practices in technology companies.
Patricia received her M.B.A from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and her A.B. in Physics and Chemistry from Harvard University.
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