Claude Wasserstein

Claude Wasserstein is the founder and CEO of Fine Day Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm investing in innovative and impactful technology, specifically fintech, medtech, aerospace, cybersecurity, AI, and energy. Born in France, Ms. Wasserstein is a graduate of Sweet Briar College’s class of 1982 and attended graduate school at the Sorbonne and the Ecole du Louvre in Paris. She began her career as a journalist for Newsweek, working out of the publication’s Paris bureau. Prior to her investment career, Ms. Wasserstein was a producer for CBS News, where she worked in the network’s Dubai, Belfast, London, and Paris bureaus. During her time at CBS News, she won an Emmy for an investigative series. Ms. Wasserstein is a trustee of the King Hussein Cancer Center Foundation and the American Hospital in Paris Foundation; a member of the Metropolitan Museum International Council and the Brookings Institution; and a life trustee at WNET Channel 13. She is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations and Harvard’s Global Advisory Council and was recently awarded France’s Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. She resides in New York City.