Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
From the Editor's Desk
On Nov. 7, 2016, Jess Lee began her job as Sequoia Capital's first US female partner. After eight and a half years building Polyvore (and eventually selling the company to Yahoo for more than $200 million in 2015), Lee decided she wanted to advise other startup founders. A self-described introvert, she says that figuring out how to lead in her own style, authentically, has shaped her tremendously. Netflix's Reed Hastings, she said, is another example of a leader who "does a good job of coming across as a normal human being." After the very public failure of Qwikster, which led to a PR disaster and a major drop in stock, he spoke "openly and authentically about it ... and that was really refreshing". More on leading as an introvert in this article

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