Cofounder at Qordoba
May is the co-founder and CEO of Qordoba. Before founding Qordoba, she was a vice president at one of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds, where she was the first employee on the technology investment team, building a portfolio now worth over $20B. She started her career in the New York office of Lehman Brothers, where she helped US software companies raise capital. She earned an AB degree in Economics and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University, where she was Associate Managing Editor of The Harvard Crimson. With Qordoba, she works with a passionate, diverse group of globe-trotting colleagues working non-stop to change the way companies grow globally. Qordoba believes in a world where leading products and services are available to anyone, anywhere, regardless of the language they speak.