Rudina Seseri is the founder and managing partner of Glasswing Ventures, LLC, a Boston- based venture capital firm that invests in artificial intelligence and machine learning companies that provide technology solutions for enterprise, cybersecurity, robotics, and consumer markets, a company she cofounded in 2015. In January of 2018, Seseri was appointed by the Harvard Business School as a Rock Venture Capital Partner, while previously she served as entrepreneur-in-residence for the university, a position she has held since 2014. From 2007 to 2015, Seseri was a partner at Fairhaven Capital, a technology venture capital firm, where she led investments in innovative technologies in the areas of artificial intelligence, enterprise software, robotics, and social and omnichannel marketing.
Previously, Rudina was part of the corporate development group at Microsoft Corporation, where she was responsible for leading acquisitions and investments in companies of strategic importance to the corporation, and part of the technology group at Credit Suisse Group AG, leading public market transactions. Seseri currently serves on the boards of several startup companies as well as the Digital Advisory Board of GlaxoSmithKline Consumer, and the Board of Overseers for Boston Children’s Hospital, and is a member of the Business Leadership Council at Wellesley College.
Rudina is in the Nominating & Governance Committee Charter.