Gabby Cazeau is an engineer turned investor who brings a unique perspective to the Harlem Capital team. She has developed a keen eye for identifying compelling products and possesses the skills to help founders scale and grow at the early stages of product development. In summer 2019, Gabby worked at Microsoft as a Program Manager Intern on the Mixed Reality team building business applications for the HoloLens and mobile devices. During her internship she developed go-to-market strategies for new enterprise products in the mixed reality category. As an MBA Candidate at Yale, Gabby has served as an Innovation Advisor at TSAI City, Yale’s startup incubator and accelerator. There, she guided early stage startups through the process of building and expanding their venture. Prior to Yale, she worked in R&D and Innovation at General Mills where she created new products for iconic brands like Cheerios, Nature Valley, Epic, and FiberOne. Her work at General Mills encompassed the full lifecycle of product development including early stage customer engagement, product testing and validation, and manufacturing scale execution. 

Gabby is a second-year MBA candidate at the Yale School of Management and will graduate in May 2020. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis where she was a John B. Ervin Scholar. In her free time she is an avid reader and enjoys salsa dancing, especially finding a good dance spot while traveling to a new city.

Contact at gabby@harlem.capital