Nisha Dua is a Partner at BBG Ventures, a NYC based seed fund which invests in consumer tech start-ups with at least one female founder. BBGV invests across marketplaces, mobile tools and services, commerce, and media/content platforms with a focus on in founders who are consumer problem solvers, re-imagining the daily touch-points of life, and using technology to materially improve our work, play and home lives.
Nisha has spent the last 10 years working in media, tech, strategy and law. She was the General Manager of AOL’s millennial site, Cambio, which she re-launched in 2014 as a site “for girls, #BUILTBYGIRLS” in partnership with Girls Who Code. Nisha founded the #BUILTBYGIRLS movement which challenges young women to be part of the tech-enabled economy through a series offline and online programs, including the Girls Who Fund internship program to teach girls the fundamentals of venture capital.
Nisha was previously Chief of Staff for the AOL Brand Group, working on strategy, operations and special projects. Prior to that, she was a management consultant for Bain & Company advising companies across Tech & Telco, Financial Services, and CPG. She cut her teeth as an M&A and securities lawyer at the Australian law firm, Blake Dawson. Nisha also consulted for edtech start-up, Learn with Homer.