Sergio Monsalve is a venture capital investor focus on early stage investments in the future of learnIng and work. Sergio is also visiting professor at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education. In both roles, he is focused on the “Future of Work and Learning” and on developing technology innovations and entrepreneurship in education. Sergio is on the board and an investor of various companies in this area of focus, including Udemy ($2B), Adaptive Insights (Sold to Workday for $1.6B), Clerio Vision, Alma Campus, and Kahoot!
Sergio has also held various entrepreneurship and leadership roles in high-growth technology companies like eBay, Paypal, Portal Software (IPO during tenure), as well operating roles in various venture-backed startups he helped get off the ground as a founder or founding executive. Sergio is originally from Mexico, and is an active advocate and spokesperson for the increased participation of underrepresented communities in the technology industries, especially LatinX. Sergio is also a Board of Trustee at Harvey Mudd College, where he serves as Vice-Chair of the Board Affairs committee. Sergio holds a bachelor of science in management science and engineering from Stanford University, and a masters of business administration from Harvard.