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Pat Grady

Pat Grady

An American investor, venture capitalist, and partner at Sequoia Capital who focuses his investments on technology companies.

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Pat Grady

A partner at Sequoia Capital.

An American investor, venture capitalist, and partner at Sequoia Capital who focuses his investments on technology companies.

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Pat Grady is an American investor, venture capitalist, and partner at Sequoia Capital who focuses his investments on technology companies. Pat Grady joined Sequoia Capital as a partner in 2007 and serves as a member and observer of several board of directors for companies which include: Prosper Marketplace, Okta Inc., Medallia, HubSpot, Service-now.com, MarkLogic, Merlin Securities, Jive Software, Sumo Logic, Namely, Zoom Video Communications, Drift, Embark Trucks, Amplitude, and Attentive. Prior to joining Sequoia Capital Pat Grady work as an associate at Summit Partners from July 2004 to February 2007 (2 years and 8 months). 

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Boston College

From 2000 to 2004 Pat Grady attended Boston College and graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in economics and finance with a concentration in mathematics. 

London School of Economics and Political Science

In 2002 Pat Grady completed a summer program at the London School of Economics and Political Science and received a certificate in advanced econometrics and game theory. 

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