Earlier in our careers, both of us (Taylor & Siya) had been Investment Fellows at VC funds: Taylor at Reach Capital, Siya at Learn Capital. Those experiences — and the mentorship we received — provided us with a valuable foundation to make the jump into becoming emerging fund managers.
Now, we’re thrilled to introduce the first class of Pathway’s Investment Fellows.
Our 3 Fellows are incredibly talented operators in the Future of Work and have been working with us over the past few months to deep dive into the sector and help support upcoming startups.
In the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing the research they’ve done on topics such as new modalities of learning, the future of apprenticeship models, and careers in a post-pandemic world.
If you’re building something cool in the Future of Work, get in touch with us.
Camden Robinson is a Business Operations Manager at Springboard, an alternative online education provider. Formerly, he was a consultant at McKinsey & Company, where his work focused on corporate strategy for clients in education and health care. He’s passionate about expanding access to fulfilling, productive careers through new models and technologies. Camden graduated summa cum laude from Brigham Young University with a BS in Economics and a BA in Spanish Studies. He will be attending Harvard Business School in 2022.
Sanya Ohri is currently an MBA student at The Wharton School. Prior to her MBA, Sanya spent two years at Bain before moving to work with startups. She was part of the team that set up Khan Academy’s India operations and was an early-team member at Speakeasy, a seed-stage startup in the passion economy. She has also been working with Dorm Room Fund, a student-venture fund backed by First Round Capital. She enjoys speaking with founders that are trying to solve complex and systemic challenges associated with the future of work, especially while ensuring a delightful and contextualized user experience. You can assume she’s always thinking about her next cup of coffee (plug for a fun coffee comic).
Aditya Majumdar is currently an MBA student at The Wharton School, broadly interested in exploring the evolving role of Future of Work themes within Industry 4.0. He leads Wharton’s Venture Foragers team, focused on tracking trends and promising startups within Industry 4.0. Previously, he spent five years in the Bay Area as the first product hire at multiple early-stage startups in the sales & marketing technology space. As Director of Product, Aditya helped ZenIQ become one of the leading innovators in Account-Based Marketing, culminating in a successful acquisition by 6sense. Aditya holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University, where he regularly competed in collegiate hackathons and led multiple initiatives to promote tech literacy and entrepreneurial innovation on campus.