Kimberly Marshall

SpecialityInvestor and Advisor for High Growth Companies and Funds
Kimberly Marshall is an investor and advisor for high growth companies and funds, operating at the intersection of innovation, scaling and ESG, to help companies scale more effectively, efficiently and inclusively, and investors drive returns.
As a senior advisor to Goldman Sachs’ $1B Launch With GS, Marshall helped craft and execute an investing strategy including building Goldman’s first entrepreneur cohort for high growth founders, creating an external advisory council, developing a robust ecosystem engagement strategy, and leading fund and company investment pipeline development. Previously, at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Marshall developed the edtech investing strategy for higher education and future of work startups, intersecting with financial inclusion and the gig economy. Prior to the Gates Foundation, Marshall spearheaded strategic growth initiatives across product, operations and policy at Uber, contributing to their growth from 19 to over 400 markets. Marshall designed Uber’s first enterprise product concept, evaluated consumer equity, led the Uber Miami market pre-launch, and developed Uber’s national stakeholder strategy, including championing Uber’s ESG impact on future of work, drunk driving, accessibility and transportation equity.
Marshall earned undergraduate degrees in Economics and French from Harvard University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Marshall serves on Goldman Sachs’ Launch with GS Advisory Council, the Miami Dade Innovation Authority Board of Directors, the Perez Art Museum Miami Board of Trustees, Black Angels Miami Founding Board, Mosaic Genius Advisory Board, Known Advisory Board, Black Venture Capital Consortium Board, is a member of the International Women’s Forum, and is an alum of First Round Angel Track’s inaugural class, Sequoia Capital Scouts and Black Venture Institute.

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by Kimberly Marshall

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