Margot Sherr Shapiro

Margot Shapiro started her career in investment banking at Goldman Sachs, followed by several years at a private equity firm in New York with a portfolio of 30 companies and $6 billion in revenues. She was a founding member of Kaplan Interactive, the start-up book, software and internet publishing division of Kaplan Inc., owned by The Washington Post Company. She has also helped to raise money for private wealth teams in the Midwest office of Goldman Sachs. Margot served as a Board Member/Advisor to the Wolverine Venture Fund for 6 years at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

Currently she is a Partner at LMN Ventures, a seed venture fund. She has invested in and served on the boards of a wide range of companies in industries including medical devices, consumer goods, education, manufacturing, and hospitality. Margot holds a B.S. in Applied Earth Science and an M.S. in Petroleum Geology from Stanford University.