My role is Head of Finance, a dynamic role making sure that Plural’s finance processes run as smoothly as possible, finding innovative solutions and automating processes. With my previous experience as a financial auditor at PwC Estonia for over 16 years, I hope to provide valuable feedback to our portfolio companies as they scale up their finance processes.
It gives me much joy when I see people doing what they’re really passionate about and thus maximising their potential. I am deeply aligned with Plural’s mission to partner with incredible founders to really make an impact on the future and on the most important issues humankind faces. Real progress on climate (our future) and the opportunity gap (maximising one’s potential) is needed.
As Chief of Staff, my role straddles all parts of the business meaning no two days are the same. I’m here to optimise processes, solve problems, and enable the Unemployables to support Plural’s portfolio founders as best they can. Before joining Plural, I spent several years at DeepMind as an Executive Assistant, partnering with Chief Business Officer, Colin Murdoch across his portfolio.
I’m passionate about health and climate, and motivated by having a positive impact on the world. I hope that by investing in some of Europe’s most promising startups, we can play a part in finding solutions to some of humanity’s biggest problems.
Fascinated by relationships and human behaviour, I have spent over a decade working with fund managers to help build their go-to-market strategy. At Plural, I focus on our Investor Relations and Fundraising. I also support our visionary founders with their own fundraises, and it’s awesome to think of this capital fuelling such impactful companies. Previously I ran the U.S. business for a fast-growing, capital advisory firm focused on VC & Growth fundraises.
A reformed corporate lawyer (!), and now training as an Executive Coach, I am energised when partnering with ambitious, senior leaders to work through problems. I have been hugely impressed with how Plural’s Unemployable model works in practice and its potential to overdeliver for our founders and investors, and in doing so positively disrupt the venture capital status quo.
I am a deal lawyer at Plural and help the founders and unemployables with getting the deals done. My aim is to leave them out of the legal maze of the deals as much as possible so that they could concentrate on what they do best – mentoring founders of our portfolio companies and looking into new exciting investment opportunities. And I also try to be there for the founders of our investee companies.
It is so great to see how many smart people and amazing new ideas are out there and I am very grateful for having the chance to contribute my small help into bringing these ideas to life. Especially if these new solutions help to preserve our nature, improve access to health care services or reduce the opportunity gap.
I’m here to strive to make sure everything at Plural works as seamlessly as possible behind the scenes, making sure you get whatever you need when you need it! I’m a fund lawyer by background with broad ops experience across every aspect of VC from investments and portfolio management, fund structuring, fundraising and LP admission, investor relations, finance, strategy, people, venture education, legal and compliance and community but founders are always at the heart of everything I do. Prior to joining Plural I led the Strategic Ops team at 500 Global, working to support their 5,000 founders across 81 countries.
I’m motivated every day by the potential for incredible founders to address some of the biggest challenges faced by humanity and am humbled to be able to help support that journey in whatever small way I can contribute. In particular, I’m really passionate about femtech and its potential to help solve some of the biggest womxn’s health issues which have woefully neglected and underserved by society to date. I’m excited to see and support more empowered womxn founders innovate, design and create solutions which directly address the physical and emotional challenges that they face on a daily basis.