Natalie Dana

Zymergen

Natalie Dana is Senior Corporate Counsel at Zymergen, Inc. There, she advises Zymergen in a variety of transactions and practice areas, including joint ventures, customer and other commercial contracts, human resources, and real estate.

Prior to joining Zymergen, Natalie worked in the Legal Department of Wells Fargo Bank. She represented Wells Fargo in mergers, acquisitions, and strategic transactions. Natalie began her legal career in the Silicon Valley office of White & Case LLP where her practice included advising technology and pharmaceutical companies in a broad array of corporate transactions. She focused primarily on mergers and acquisitions, venture investments, and pharmaceutical licensing and co-development agreements.

Natalie received her JD from Emory University School of Law in 2012 and her BA in Human Biology from Stanford University in 2006.

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