Sequoia Taylor is the founder and managing partner of the a technology-focused advisory firm Spry Ventures. She has completed more than $30 million in private secondary market transactions. She previously worked at UBS and Raymond James. She earned a B.A. in sociology and economics from Wellesley College and is the author of Ambitious Grads, an e-book for those looking to gain the skills and insights necessary to pursue tech and finance careers.
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