- Foundation Capital
Other Affiliations : MNG '14, SB '13
Morgan is a Partner at Foundation Capital, a quarter century old VC firm investing in early stage technology companies.
Morgan started her career at Flux Factory, a Google [X] spin-off that aimed to take a data-driven approach to apply machine learning in the construction space. From there, Morgan joined Loop AI Labs Cognitive Computing as a machine learning engineer working on the latest NLP technology to develop its cognitive platform. Before joining Foundation Capital, Morgan founded and led HearInsights, an AI-enabled meeting assistant that extracted information from voice data and provided auto-generated insights and notes to the users.
Morgan believes in the transformative power of AI to solve the next wave of challenges that tomorrow’s innovators will face. She is passionate about helping ambitious founders build legendary companies and specializes in investing in AI/ML, infrastructure, dev tools, deep tech and general B2B.
Morgan earned her both of her B.S. and MEng in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science with a concentration in AI from MIT.
Why did you decide to volunteer with the MITCNC?
I have been attending a lot of events in the past year and had gotten a lot out of them. I wanted to give back by volunteering and providing the same experiences and resources for other people.
Tell us a bit about your role with the MITCNC. What are your responsibilities in this position?
I am one of the co-chair for the MIT Computing Conference. My responsibility is to bring top talents in the computing fields together and enable everyone to share and connect via this conference.
What exciting things can we expect to see from your area of focus in the coming months? (e.g., social events, speakers, etc.)
The MIT Computing Conference will be held on 9/14 in Palo Alto!
Describe one of your most memorable MIT moments.
During my sophomore year, my friends and I pulled a all-nighter studying in Baker and then spontaneously decided to get a cab to go to iHop in Harvard school at 4AM in the morning. We had ordered all you can eat pancakes and I had never had so many pancakes in my life. We couldn’t find any cab after we were done, so we had to walk back to the campus in the middle of a crazy snow storm. It was so much fun.