Amy Sun

Partner, Sequoia Capital


An alumna of three notable big tech companies, Sun is an investor at Sequoia focusing on consumer, transportation and logistics. She works with a portfolio that includes Noom, Aurora, Dolls Kill, The Wing and Glossier; she also reps Sequoia at events like Grace Hopper and with non-profit All Raise. The first woman on Sequoia's growth team, Sun previously worked on the Camera and Stories team at Facebook (during a one-year period that saw user count swell from 2 million to 100 million). Before that, Sun joined Uber when its headquarters was 100 people to scale driver acquisition and help build growth marketing: she helped scale driver onboarding via growth marketing channels for the UberX rollout, then worked in product management. The Harvard grad started her career in product marketing at Microsoft, where she helped launch the Surface tablet.