Meet the latest additions to the Eniac team

Monica Lim

Eniac Ventures is still growing! We announced three new hires back in May, and we’ve added another two since then. That means there are now a grand total of eleven people on the team (soon to be twelve) — but of course, what really excites us is how impressive our new colleagues are, and how they’re already making Eniac better.

First up is Regan Gore, who’s joining our platform and operations team, where she’s working on everything from administration to HR to finance. Her passion for building communities should be crucial as she works with our founders and strengthens Eniac’s internal culture.

Regan Gore

Regan started her career in private equity-focused consulting and executive search in New York. During the pandemic, she taught first grade at an all-boys school while also working part-time as community manager at January Ventures. Outside of work, she loves to bake (especially for others), spend time outdoors, do Pilates, and try new restaurants.

We’re also excited to share that Lacey Wisdom has joined our investment team, where she’s involved in research and due diligence, while also investigating market trends and supporting our portfolio companies. She’s particularly interested in disruption in the industrial/logistics space, the democratization of media, sustainability, and proptech.

Lacey Wisdom

Lacey began her career at J.P. Morgan in New York, which she joined as an intern focused on food producers and food retailers, and where she later became a transportation and logistics analyst. She then transitioned into an investment analyst role at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, where she was a generalist largely focused on underwriting investments in private equity, venture capital, and real estate funds.

She spends her free time attending free concerts in Prospect Park — especially when afrobeats, soca, or reggae are involved. She also enjoys hiking and has recently be reading more about Black stories and history.

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