Stacey Feinberg

Stacey Feinberg

After graduating from Northwestern University, Stacey assisted her father at his pioneering Sports and Entertainment Law Firm, Bob Woolf Associates. Beyond negotiating contracts, they also managed every aspect of the lives and careers of over 300 clients, including Larry Bird, Larry King, Joe Montana, and New Kids On the Block.

In 1998, she co-founded JLF Asset Management. They were named to Barron’s 2007 list of the top 30 hedge funds in the world. In 2008, Stacey pivoted to pre IPO investing. Some her early stage investments include Facebook, Zico Water, Uber, and Peloton.

Recently, Stacey shifted her focus to funding and empowering Female Entrepreneurs. Guest lecturing at Harvard Law School and executive programs like The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports at Harvard Business School helps her stay current in today’s rapidly evolving marketplace.

As a Producer of the Broadway Hit Jagged Little Pill, frequent Judge at VC competitions, Speaker on numerous panels, Mentor at USC Business School and Women Founders Network, as well as a Managing Director of Golden Seeds, Stacey is committed to supporting women in launching and scaling their businesses.