Monica Hall was an associate partner at Raviga Capital and board member for Pied Piper. She then joined Laurie Bream as the Managing Partner at Bream Hall. Following this she became the CFO at Pied Piper.
Monica joined Raviga in 2010, worked her way up quickly under Peter’s tutelage, and is now the youngest Associate Partner in Raviga’s history. Previously, she had been an analyst at McKinsey and Co., and before that did opposition research for the 2008 Obama campaign. Monica focuses on software startups. She also is passionate about both the consumer and healthcare sectors and has written several scholarly articles regarding consumer and patient rights. Monica earned her Bachelor of Science in economics from Princeton University and her MBA from the Stanford School of Business.
Before Peter Gregory's death, Monica was Raviga’s head of operations, handling the day-to-day duties of his tech investment business and often fielding pitches and working directly with tech folks using Peter’s money. Now she works under Laurie Bream as an associate partner. Monica took a particular interest in Pied Piper's algorithm from the beginning and has taken Peter's board seat at Richard's request.
- “Also, I didn't... see anything... in there”— Monica after seeing Richard through the bathroom window. Sand Hill Shuffle"Also, I didn't.. see anything.. in there"
- “You don't know the half of it... and neither does Congress.”— Monica during Minimum Viable Product