Tasha Seitz

Adjunct Professor of Social Enterprise at Kellogg School of Management


  • Kellogg School of Management




Kellogg School of Management

Tasha Seitz, Adjunct Lecturer of Global Initiatives in Management, received her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1997. She is an accomplished investment and business professional with significant experience investing in technology and social entrepreneurs, helping emerging companies grow efficiently, and addressing strategic and operational challenges.

Education Masters of Business Administration, 1997, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

Bachelor of Arts, 1997, Psychology, Wellesley College, Phi Beta Kappa

Other Professional Experience Chief Investment Officer, Impact Engine, 2014-present

Chairman of the Board, Spark Ventures, 2009-present

Partner, JK&B Capital, 1997-present

Research Associate, Gartner, 1991-1995

Education Other Professional Experience


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