Oakland, CA —October 24, 2019–
CollegeSpring, a leading national nonprofit offering SAT preparation to students from low-income backgrounds, welcomes Brittany Skoda as the newest member of our National Board. Brittany brings expertise in finance and scaling to an organization that has served 30,000 students to date and plans to serve nearly 50,000 by 2021.
Brittany is excited to join CollegeSpring’s Board because she believes all children deserve the opportunity to attend college. “CollegeSpring is playing an integral role in democratizing the opportunity, and as an organization we are still in the early innings of the impact that we can have,” she said.
CollegeSpring CEO Yoon Choi said she was thrilled to have Brittany join the National Board: “Given our ambitions to scale as an organization, Brittany’s deep experience accelerating the growth of companies will be invaluable in helping us chart a path to serve thousands more students.”
Brittany is Vice President of Investments at Workday, where she leads investments for Workday Ventures, and she is also a member of Workday’s Corporate Strategy team leading integrated business strategies. Brittany has a deep expertise in enterprise software as both an investor and an advisor.
Previously, Brittany worked at Goldman Sachs, where she was a senior technology investment banker in San Francisco. While at Goldman Sachs, Brittany was an advisor to enterprise software and internet companies on a range of assignments, including equity, debt, mergers and acquisitions, and select investments.
In 2018, Brittany was named one of the Top Women Leaders in SaaS by The SaaS Report.
Brittany received her B.S. in Accounting and Finance from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. She was also a Division I golfer at Georgetown.