Mina focuses on both early stage and existing businesses in wireless technology, medical technology, robotics, and consumer tech.
Prior to joining General Catalyst, Mina participated in a field study at Stion Corporation where she helped develop their marketing strategy. Before that she interned at the White House OMB where she provided support and analysis on investment allocation and budgetary issues for the Department of Energy. She has worked at DEKA Research & Development Corp., building novel robotic arms for amputees, and the William J. Clinton Foundation where she worked closely with the government of Malawi to design a program for rural water infrastructure and healthcare system development. She has also worked for Boston-area startups in molecular diagnostics and in stroke rehabilitation technology.
Mina is a graduate of both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, earning a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering and a M.Eng. degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering; and the Harvard Business School, earning an M.B.A.