Nicole Sheehan

Nicole’s professional background is in finance, with experience in investment banking and asset management. In addition to a career in finance, Nicole brings years of experience in development – including annual fund campaigns, capital campaigns, and major giving. She has lead or participated in development efforts for the Bay Area Discovery Museum, Stanford University, Harvard Business School, Sidwell Friends School, Lick-Wilmerding High School, Menlo School, and the Woodside School Foundation. Nicole is currently a member of the national Board of Directors of NatureBridge, a trustee for the Menlo School, Atherton, and an Emeritus Board Member of the Woodside School Foundation.

A member of the Sidwell Friends School Class of 1985, Nicole received an AB in Economics from Stanford University in 1989 and an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1994. Nicole and her husband Andrew and their four children spend time in both Woodside, California and Jackson Hole.

Many of Nicole’s most important and memorable experiences have taken place in nature, and she believes in the ability of the outdoors to transform lives. Nicole enjoys skiing, hiking, fly-fishing, biking, tennis and travel, and is a dedicated equestrian.