Anne Estabrook

Company: Golden Seeds, LLC

Title: Managing Director

Profession: Investor

Mentor History: Alphamatician

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Industry experience

  • Advertising/Marketing
  • Consulting
  • software/internet start-ups, high tech

Specialization / Skills Inventory

  • Coaching/Advising/Problem Solving
  • Fundraising
  • Marketing & PR
  • Product Development
  • Strategy
  • product management/product marketing

Bio

Anne Estabrook has a deep understanding of the strategy and operations of technology-based businesses. As Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Strategy for NetGenesis Corporation she led both the development and communication of the corporate vision as well as the strategy to achieve the company’s market leadership in enterprise e-metric analytic solutions. She managed a worldwide team in all aspects of product management, product marketing, direct marketing, and branding. Ms. Estabrook participated in secondary round fundraising and was a primary driver of the company’s successful IPO in 2000. NetGenesis was subsequently acquired by SPSS Corporation in 2002. Before joining NetGenesis, Ms. Estabrook was the Director of Professional Services at Firefly Network, Inc., a leader in personalization software that was acquired by Microsoft in 1998. At Firefly, Ms. Estabrook led teams in the design and implementation of online personalization solutions. Prior to Firefly, Ms. Estabrook was a senior associate at Mercer Management Consulting in New York, where she counseled media, computer and telecommunications clients in brand development, market analysis and operations. She has also held engineering positions at Digital Equipment and Bell Laboratories. While focusing on her young family, Ms. Estabrook has been active in many local community groups, such as the Cornell Alumni Admissions Network for Phillips Academy, for which she has served as chairperson for the past ten years. Ms. Estabrook has an M.B.A. from the Wharton School and a B.S. and M.Eng. in electrical engineering from Cornell University.