Darcy Frisch is vice president at Hearst Ventures, where she makes investments in early stage digital media and information businesses. Since joining Hearst Ventures in 2000, Frisch has been involved with many investments including drugstore.com, XM Satellite Radio, Circles and MobiTV. She currently serves on the boards of Power To Fly, Ramp and Via. She previously served on the boards of Nexage (sold to Millennial Media in 2014), Sphere (sold to AOL in 2008) and Voxpop.tv (sold to IAC in 2011).

Prior to Hearst, Frisch was with the investment group E2Enet. She also held positions as a tax analyst at KPMG and as the legislative assistant for tax for U.S. Senator David Boren of Oklahoma. She received her undergraduate degree from Yale University and earned her MBA at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business.