Former Tesla, FitBit and Khosla Ventures executive brings climate, supply chain, and operational expertise to the Tough Tech venture firm
Today, The Engine, the venture firm spun out of MIT that invests in early-stage Tough Tech companies that are solving the world’s most urgent problems, announced Milo Werner joined the firm as General Partner. She will have a broad purview of investing in promising prospective deals and supporting existing portfolio founders across climate, human health, and advanced systems and infrastructure.
Werner brings more than 15 years of operational, entrepreneurial and venture investment experience to The Engine and will work closely with CEO & Managing Partner, Katie Rae, and General Partners, Reed Sturtevant and Ann DeWitt. She will assist the firm’s Tough Tech portfolio companies with operational strategy with particular emphasis on supporting companies addressing climate change and those advancing mobility, robotics and computing.