I rarely say “it can’t be done.” I’d rather figure out a new approach.
I’ve always loved to work. I’ve had a job since I was a teenager, and I volunteered at nursing homes as a kid.
Our limited partners are like family. They’re the reason we’re here.
One of my first jobs was just me and the portfolio manager. I was part assistant, part bookkeeper, part trade ops, part everything. It taught me to be scrappy and do whatever needs to be done.
I’d tell my younger self to take more risks. I handled my 20s pretty well overall, but I wish I had realized I didn’t need all the answers.
Working at Heritage is never boring. It’s a broad mandate, and there’s always something new to learn.
Our mantra is “do it now.” Our partners are our priority, and we never want to put them on the back burner.
My husband is an investor. When I worked at a long-only fund, the stock market loomed a little too large in our lives. Now when he and I talk about work, it’s more big-picture.
The Sequoia name is a lot to live up to. But I’ve learned that underneath the name, it’s just a group of people who prioritize performance, take ownership, and work really hard.