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Sandy Montenegro Littlefield
Birth location Guatemala, Guatemala.
Spouse(s) Jacques Littlefield(deceased)[1]

Sandy Montenegro Littlefield is married to Jacques Littlefield[1] (November 21, 1949 – January 7, 2009) and together, they have two children, Jacques Christian Littlefield and Jeannik Sandy Littlefield.



As former Director of Alliances with Siebel Systems, Sandy spearheaded the creation, structure and implementation of the Siebel Venture Capital Program, which provided Siebel with accelerated market penetration into the eBusiness economy, access to new technology created by startups, and potential equity appreciation of $1 billion dollars in five years. The VC program has invested in companies such as:,, Mrs Sandy LittlefieldBerkeley Enterprises, ComsCore Networks, Everdream, cEverything, and

Sandy secured strategic alliances with Compaq, Corio, and Applicast, who complemented Siebel's product offering by providing a turn-key, hosted solution for the start-ups' Customer Relationship Management (CRM) needs. She created partnerships with more than ten first-tier venture capital firms, thus creating a strong deal flow for Siebel's venture program. Additionally, she helped to generate revenues of $17 million from major corporations such as IRI, Whitehall Robins, Panasonic, Alberto Culver, Perrier, AC Nielsen, Gillette, Nestle, SC Johnson, Mars, Allied Domecq UK and Spain, Kraft, Philip Morris, Coca Cola, Henkel Germany, and Bank of Hawaii.

Prior to joining Siebel in 1998, Sandy was the Worldwide Director of Strategy for Oracle Corporation, where she co-conceived and developed the demand-creation and trade promotion modules for Oracle's Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Vertical, forecasting revenue exceeding $52 million. She added the retail and discrete manufacturing modules and developed the plan of action for the Industry Network, a virtual trading space somewhat like Nasdaq and designed to become the first CPG eCommerce Portal.

Sandy has been involved with the technology industry since 1992, when she became Vice President of Business Development of ICE, Inc., a business-to-business software tools and consulting company specializing in the development and porting of high-performance software across UNIX, DOS, Windows, and Macintosh platforms. Customers included Apple, The Learning Company, Vantive, Steck-Vaughn, Compton's, Alltel, Systematics, KnowledgeWare, and Sterling Software.


Sandy Montenegro Littlefield holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a degree in International Marketing from Fribourg University in Switzerland and Landivar University in Guatemala. She is fluent in five languages, a dedicated athlete, and a world traveler.

Charity Contributions

Sandy's main charity contributions are directed to Helps International[2]. Helps International is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that in partnership with individuals, local and national governments, works to improve drinking water quality, medical care, education, housing, agricultural and economic development in Guatemala.


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