Meera supports Redpoint's early-stage consumer investing efforts where she focuses on companies facilitating physical, emotional, and financial empowerment. She joined Redpoint in 2022 from Obvious Ventures, an early-stage venture capital fund and B Corp where she spearheaded much of the firm's work in consumer health and wellness, freelancer enablement, and economic opportunity.
Prior to joining Obvious, Meera invested in and advised high-growth technology companies at Morgan Stanley. Across the firm's New York and Bay Area offices, she spent time in Technology Investment Banking supporting consumer internet and software executives through both late-stage private placements and Initial Public Offerings. Meera also scaled the firm's early-stage technology accelerator, the Multicultural Innovation Lab, focused on female and multicultural entrepreneurs.
Prior to Morgan Stanley, Meera worked in product and marketing roles at PayPal and Stella & Dot respectively, aligning with her keen interest in consumer businesses and the solutions that enable them to scale.
Beyond her investing efforts at Redpoint, Meera is an active member of All Raise and serves as a member of the Steering Committee for the organization's annual Summit.
In 2021, Meera was recognized in Forbes‚ 30 Under 30 List for Venture Capital and Business Insider's 55 Rising-Star VCs of 2021. In 2022 she has been listed as one of Venture Forward's Women in VC: Rising Stars to Watch.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Meera holds a BS in Management Science and Engineering with a focus on Entrepreneurship from Stanford University and remains active as a member of the community in her role as a Board Member for Stanford Professionals in Finance and as a member of the university's Alumni Equestrian Team.