When Nancy Schoendorf joined Mohr Davidow in 1993 she brought seventeen years of industry experience in a variety of engineering and executive positions. Nancy has been instrumental in helping to build companies creating new categories or innovating how software and services are developed, distributed or applied in retail, supply chain management, customer relationship management and marketing.
Nancy spent 10 years at Hewlett-Packard where she ran operating systems projects including HP-UX and its real-time extensions as engineering section manager.
She later joined Software Publishing Corp. (SPCO), creator of Harvard Graphics, serving as an officer and vice president of R&D and product development. Following that assignment, she managed the development of the Solaris kernel and operating system as director of systems software development at Sun Microsystems.
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- Nancy earned a bachelor's degree with distinction in computer science and mathematics from Iowa State University and a master's degree with honors in business administration (MBA) from the University of Santa Clara.