Parul Singh is a principal at Founder Collective, one of the first seed stage VC firms in the country. There she focuses on early stage investments across a wide range of industries, with technology as a unifying theme. She has particular interests in SaaS, analytics, consumer products, food and developer tools.
Parul is a former developer turned product manager for venture backed startups and media companies like the NY Times, where she helped launch the video and multimedia vertical and managed the video player on the homepage. Before joining Founder Collective, she founded and ran an edtech assessment and analytics company which aimed to provide an alternative to standardized testing.
Parul lectures on data analytics at Northeastern University and is deeply involved in the startup ecosystem in Boston and in building support networks for entrepreneurs at every level. She grew up in the Boston area and has an undergraduate degree from Harvard College and an MBA from MIT. Parul lives in a converted schoolhouse in Cambridge with her husband and two children.