Leah EdwardsAnaheim University is excited to announce Distinguished Speaker Leah Edwards, Partner at Pegasus Tech Ventures, will be addressing students and alumni on Friday, October 1, 2021 at 5:00 PM California time. She will be speaking on Technology Trends in 2021.

Anaheim University students and alumni are invited to join us for this special online event. Please RSVP by clicking the link below and we can send you the access information for the session. Please also review the bio below and bring your questions for the Q&A portion of the presentation.

RSVP Leah Edwards

 Edwards is a Partner at Pegasus Tech Ventures with a focus on US investments.

Pegasus Tech Ventures is a global venture capital firm based in Silicon Valley offering intellectual and financial capital to exceptional emerging technology companies around the world. In addition to a more traditional investment approach Pegasus offers a unique Venture Capital-as-a-Service (VCaaS) model for large global corporations that wish to partner with cutting-edge technology startups.

Leah Edwards started her career in management consulting then launched new products for Intuit, Oracle and Taligent, a joint-venture of Apple and IBM. She then joined the founding team of an enterprise SaaS company called Post Communications, which was acquired by Netcentives within two years for $380 million. After advising and serving in interim leadership roles for other startups that were acquired by major companies including the US Green Business Council and SolarCity, she co-founded another marketing technology company, Overstat, which was purchased by Tealeaf Technology (now IBM).

Leah’s deep involvement in Higher Education began in 2012 when she became the Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She is an active angel investor and serves on the Board of NameCoach, which serves both Higher Education and Enterprise markets.

In addition to being a Lecturer for UC Berkeley’s Engineering Department, Leah regularly conducts workshops for visiting corporate innovation teams and foreign investors, and she serves as a mentor in several Silicon Valley accelerator programs.

Leah holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley and an MBA and Certificate of Public Management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.