At DTC, Radhika invests across the enterprise stack focusing on AI/ML, cloud infrastructure and deep tech. When considering a new investment, she looks for deeply technical founders who want to solve impactful problems, while also forming a long-lasting relationship. She appreciates DTC’s collaborative style, focused domain expertise, company building experience and access to the Dell ecosystem.
Before DTC, Radhika was an investor with Samsung Catalyst Fund, Samsung’s deep technology venture fund covering AI/ML, semiconductors, cloud, data and 5G. Prior to becoming an investor, she worked as a software engineer and product manager at early-stage startups including Panorama Education and MindMeld (acq. by Cisco), as well as large corporations including Microsoft and Amazon. Transitioning from technical lead to investor, Radhika was a venture capital fellow at Glasswing Ventures and then with The Yard Ventures.
Radhika supports several efforts that aim to boost the number of women in technical and investing roles. She’s an active member of the groups All Raise and Women in VC. She’s also held volunteer and mentorship roles with Women Who Code, Girls Who Code, and Code for Boston. She holds a B.S. and M.Eng. from MIT in Computer Science and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
InstaChef: Radhika has cooked every recipe from the pages of “Indian Instant Pot Recipes.”
Books for a deserted island: The full Harry Potter series.
Sports fan: Radhika played competitive tennis growing up and remains a big fan of the sport. Drawing from her husband’s enthusiasm, she’s more recently added cricket to her “sports of interest” list.