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Over the last decade, I have dedicated my career to helping organizations build sales teams, increase revenue, and scale globally. I’ve held executive-level positions at workforce development, gender equity and education-focused organizations including EdSurge, an education technology information resource and community service K-12 and higher education. As the first sales hire, I built a five-woman sales and customer success team, launched sales products, and increased revenues by 3500%. I am also the author of Social Media for Salespeople as well as a Founding Limited Partner of How Women Invest, a venture fund seeking to realize untapped economic potential by focusing on the intersection of female founders and female investors.

Alice Myerhoff headshot, smiling blond woman with great eyes

More about Alice

Watercolor of books on Alice's nightstand

I like getting to know the real person behind the work so, in case you do too, here's a bit more about me:

I was an Air Force brat growing up, living overseas much of my young life. I was born in Germany to a German mother and American father in a German hospital. I used to say that I'm about as German as you can be without the passport but I was finally able to convince the German government to give me citizenship. I now live in Alameda, California which is an island off of Oakland. I have two teenaged daughters who keep me on my toes, two dogs and a husband (who also keeps me on my toes). I'm quite active and cycle through activities and interests. Over the last 5 years, I've been into whaleboat rowing, ultimate frisbee, tennis, watercolors, and golf but the two things that have been a constant in my life are cycling and reading. More on that below. I also give back where I can, and currently sit on the board of Lincoln Families, an Oakland-based non-profit whose mission is to disrupt the cycle of poverty and trauma, empowering children and families to build strong futures (please donate).

And don't get me started about bikes

Watercolor of Alice's first bike

I was a late bloomer to riding without training wheels not figuring this out until 4th grade but once I got the hang of riding my purple bike with the sparkly red banana seat, I never looked back. I’ve been a consistent bike commuter from my college days, through my career in San Francisco and now I ride road bikes long distances while raising money for non-profits. Some highlights:

  • Biked 325 miles across Zambia raising money for women’s economic empowerment and HIV prevention.

  • Top 5 fundraiser for Cycle of Hope, Habitat for Humanity fundraising bike ride.

  • Member of most successful Team in Training team raising over $600,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Foundation while riding 72 miles around Lake Tahoe (in the rain!).

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