Nicole Vitullo


Nicole Vitullo joined Domain in 1999 and became a partner in 2004. 

With extensive experience in both public and private investing, Nicole's current board memberships include Achillion Pharmaceuticals, Celator Pharmaceuticals, Esperion Therapeutics, Marinus Pharmaceuticals and VentiRx Pharmaceuticals.

Past board memberships include Calixa Therapeutics (sold to Cubist Pharmaceuticals),  Cerexa (sold to Forest Laboratories), Durata Therapeutics (sold to Actavis plc), Eunoe and Onyx Pharmaceuticals.

In addition to investment responsibilities, Nicole is involved with the liquidation/distribution strategies for the public companies in Domain's venture capital portfolios.  For more than a decade, Nicole was responsible for Domain Public Equity Partners L.P., a fund focused on private investments in public companies.

Previous to Domain, Nicole was senior vice president at Rothschild Asset Management, Inc. where she had responsibility for the U.S. public market investments of International Biotechnology Trust plc and Biotechnology Investments Limited.

Previous to Rothschild, Nicole served as the director of corporate communications and investor relations at Cephalon, a publicly traded biotechnology company. Prior to Cephalon, Nicole spent 12 years at Eastman Kodak, where she held a number of positions including corporate development, where she was involved in the development and management of Kodak’s venture capital activities. She received her B.A. in mathematics and her MBA in finance from the University of Rochester.

Fund's investment verticals:  healthcare, pharmaceuticals, drug and device sectors, medical devices, bio-materials, bio-instrumentation, diagnostics and instrumentation.


Nicole Walker


Nicole Walker joined Baird Capital's Venture Capital team in 2013 and focuses on healthcare investments. Nicole is a current member of the Board of Directors at Palyon Medical Corporation, NeuMoDx and Molecular Imaging.

Prior to joining Baird Capital, Nicole was with Abbott Ventures, where she managed the strategic planning, market development, and product portfolio initiatives for multiple brands in discrete and continuous blood glucose monitoring.

Before Abbott, she was with ONSET Ventures, where she specialized in seed and early-stage healthcare technology investments, and also worked for Guidant Corporation where she held a variety of roles within operations, product design & development, engineering management, and marketing.

Nicole received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and her MEM (Masters of Engineering Management) from the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University.

Fund's investment verticals: technology-enabled services and healthcare. 


Elizabeth Bailey Weil


Elizabeth Bailey Weil is a Managing Partner at 137 Ventures. She joined the firm in 2016.  

She spent the previous three years at venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz as a sort of matchmaker between portfolio companies and Fortune 500 companies, is coming back to the investing side of the business. 

She served as a Senior Associate at Institutional Venture Partners. She focused on investments in Internet and digital media.

Previously, Ms. Weil served as an Investment Analyst at Menlo Ventures. She served as the Manager of Marketing at Xfire. Ms. Weil also served as a Manager of Marketing and a Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis at AuctionDrop. She served as Marketing Executive at Twitter, Inc.

Ms. Weil served as a Projects Director at Stanford Student Enterprises and an Analyst at Radar Partners. She has been a Director at The Advertising Council, Inc. since April 2014.

She holds an M.S. in Management Science and Engineering and a B.A. in Economics from Stanford University, where Ms. Weil was a Mayfield Fellow and Buck Scholar




Stephanie Weiner

Stephanie Weiner

Stephanie Weiner began investing while in college at the age of 19, serving as a founding member of student-to-student firm Dorm Room Fund at the University of Pennsylvania.

Now 22, Weiner looks at financial technology, retail technology and compliance startups for Bain Capital Ventures. She founded an ecommerce site in middle school and has tried her hand at founding several startups.

Fund's investment verticals: infrastructure software, application software, FinTech and healthcare.


Ellie Wheeler


Based in the New York office, Ellie Wheeler focuses on investment opportunities across the digital ecosystem, with an emphasis over the last few years on B2B and B2C commerce innovation, marketplaces, and mobile applications. Ellie currently oversees Greycroft‘s investments in BaubleBar, Daily Secret, Buzz Points, NuOrder, and Plain Vanilla Games and also works closely with our investment in Plated and Nomi.

Prior to joining Greycroft, Ellie worked in a similar role during business school evaluating investment opportunities at Lowercase Capital with investor Chris Sacca. Before working with Lowercase,

Ellie worked at Cisco in Corporate Development doing acquisitions, investments, and strategy within the communications, collaboration, enterprise software, and video sectors. While at Cisco, she was involved in multiple acquisitions and investments, including PostPath, Jabber, Xobni, and Tandberg.

Ellie’s past experience also includes working briefly at the London-based venture capital firm DN Capital, focused on early stage transactional businesses which included and Mister Spex. She began her career in growth capital private equity at Summit Partners in Boston as a generalist.

Fund's investment verticals: Internet and mobile.


Cack Wilhelm


Cack Wilhelm joined Scale Venture Partners in 2014 and focuses on investments in high-growth software companies across sectors including infrastructure, big data, DevOps, security, and cloud.

Prior to joining Scale Venture Partners, Cack was an enterprise sales representative, first at Oracle selling databases and data integration tools, and later at Cloudera, where she sold Cloudera Manager to early-adopters in the push toward distributed parallel computing. Cack was initially drawn to the technology and software sectors while at Montgomery & Company, where she helped advise on software acquisitions and capital raises.

Cack holds a M.B.A from The University of Chicago – Booth School of Business and a B.A. from Princeton University.

Fund's investment verticals: SaaS and Cloud Infrastructure.