There are over 1000 active venture capital (VC) firms in the United States, and that means there are troves of individuals ready to fund new business ventures.
In this article, you will find a list of top venture capital firms, as well as 100 venture capitalist in the United States.
Silicon Valley, one could say that it is the mecca of North American venture capital companies.
And one would be correct in thinking as much. The number of VC deals made in California is astronomical. A whopping 70 percent of North American VC funding is funneled into this area.
The West Coast accounts for the majority of venture capital deals at over 38 percent, with the MidAtlantic taking second place at approximately 20 percent.
If you are reading this blog, chances are you are already clued up on what a venture capital firm does. But if you are a newbie, we will break it down.
Click on the map below to see where the mentioned venture capitalists are located and details about their venture.
In short, a venture capital firm seeks new companies to invest in. They focus on new and small-sized businesses that are high risk but show a lot of potential for explosive scalability.
The goal of the business venture? To receive a high return.
In order to receive a high return, the riskier the investment.
And if you are lucky enough to bag a VC firm’s investment, they will become a supportive backbone of a company whether in a seed round, an IPO, and everything in between.
Depending on the stage of a company, the deal size varies.
The explanation for this is fairly straight forward.
At the seed stage, a company may not exist and may simply be a concept. This makes them an incredibly risky investment. You won’t find many VC’s investing in the seed stage, and they receive around seven percent of overall VC funding in the US.
Early-stage companies also hold a bigger risk. Will the company make it through the growing pains that come with starting a new business? Do they have a strong team? And is there a product/market fit?
The more mature your company is, the more likely the larger the injection of cash. Why? At this point, a company would need the necessary financing in order to expand the business with more human capital to continue the growth of the company.
An example by Statista shows that software was the largest receiver of VC funds in the U.S. in 2018 at 31.2 percent. The biotech industry follows behind at 15.6 percent. In close third is the industrial and energy-related sector at 10.4 percent. Technology is a mammoth sector that boasts the largest single market segment. It is an attractive prospect for investors because technology and innovation go hand in hand. And investors LOVE the innovation buzzword.
Software receives huge investments as it is a crucial part of the Information Technology (IT) ecosystem. It has become so ingrained in our everyday lives and businesses. With the ever-increasing prominence of the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, deep learning, and other IT sectors, software will not be budging any time soon.
There are, however, a disproportionate number of public technology companies that are not yet profitable or able to break even. As an investor, this means that the risk increases and more guesswork take place on whether or not the company will continue to stay afloat.
According to TechCrunch, by September of 2018, venture capital raised in the U.S. stood at $84.1 billion, far surpassing 2017. All in all, around $131 billion was invested in companies of which 47% came together through mega-deals of more than $100 million.
Benchmark was founded in 1995 in Menlo Park, California with a focus on early-stage funding. The firm has four founders: Andy Rachleff, Kevin Harvey, Bob Kagle, and Bruce Dunlevie. Benchmark has invested in a number of well-known startups and unicorns. For example, they invested in eBay in 1997, and later Snapchat, Instagram, Uber, Twitter, and Dropbox.
For over 10 years he has been a general partner at Benchmark, a large venture capital firm. Prior to this, Bill spent four years on Wall Street as a top-ranking research analyst.
Fenton has expertise in open source technology, and he has been at Benchmark since 2006. He ranked number two on the Forbes Midas List of the “Top Technology Investors” in 2015. He was a Twitter board member for over eight years.
Prior to becoming a general partner at Benchmark, Cohler was the vice president and special advisor at Facebook for seven years, and vice president and general manager at LinkedIn for two years. He graduated from Yale University in Arts.
Baseline Ventures was established in 2006 by Steve Anderson in San Francisco, California. The firm was the first seed investor of Instagram, and an early investor of Twitter. According to Forbes, the company is “one of Silicon Valley’s most successful (and smallest) investment firms”.
Before founding Baseline Ventures in 2006, he gained experience from companies such as eBay as a product manager, and at Microsoft as a senior director.
Rebeca Lynn is a co-founder at Canvas Ventures, a top “VC Firm to Watch” according to Forbes’ 2015 Midas List. She holds a chemical engineering degree.
Lightspeed Venture Partnerswas founded in 2000 by Ravi Mhatre, Barry Eggers, Christopher Schaepe, Peter Nieh. Their headquarters are in Menlo Park, California. The firm has made notable investments, one being Snapchat. Lightspeed Venture Partners invests primarily in enterprise, cleantech, and technology.
Ravi Mhatre founded Lightspeed Venture Partners in 1999. Prior to this, he was an investor at Bessemer Venture Partners.
Jeremy Liew invests in areas such as financial services, bitcoin, online travel, media, consumer internet, and mobile. He has been part of Lightspeed Venture Partners since 2006 as a managing director. Prior to this, he was a business analyst at McKinsey&Co in Sydney and Johannesburg.
Vrionis invests in consumer IT and enterprise. He joined Unusual Ventures in January 2018, and is also a venture partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners where he joined in 2006.
Fred has been a partner at Union Square Ventures (USV) since 2003, and also founded Flatiron Partners over 22 years ago. He has a Mechanical Engineering degree from MIT and an MBA from The Wharton School.
Greylock Partners began in 1965 thanks to two founders: Dan Gregory and Bill Elfers. The firm is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They have invested in companies such as Facebook, Airbnb, LinkedIn, and Dropbox. The firm focuses on all stages of a company.
Sze has been at Greylock Partners since 2000 where he operates as a general partner. He has a BA from Yale University and an MBA from Stanford University. Currently, he is a Member of Board Trustees at Yale University and The Rockefeller University.
Hoffman has been at Greylock Partners for the past nine years. He focuses on software and the consumer internet. He also works heavily in product development, innovation, brand management and many more. Besides this, he is a board member at Microsoft, and a board observer at Airbnb.
He is among the partners at Greylock Partners, and has worked with the infamous VC firm since 2003. Chandna has made the Forbes Midas list seven years in a row and has been mentioned among the top 20 VC’s in the New York TImes. He has expertise in recruitment, business development, and marketing.
Venrock was founded in 1969 in Palo Alto, California by Laurance Rockefeller. The name of the firm comes from the combination of “Venture” and “Rockefeller”. They mainly focus on early stage and startup companies in IT and other technology related areas. The firm has made investments in large companies such as Apple, and Intel.
Bryan has been a Venrock partner for over 22 years. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry and Chemical Biology from Harvard University. Roberts made it to Forbes Midas list for the 10th year.
Pakman has been a partner at Venrock since 2008. Venrock focuses on companies related to consumer services and enterprise. He started his career at Apple as a product manager where he co-founded the Apple Music Group.
Accel Partners was founded in 1983 by Arthur Patterson and Jim Swartz and is based in Palo Alto, California. It is an early and growth stage VC firm. The firm focuses on technology areas such as consumers, mobile, and security technology. Their notable investment include Facebook, Slack, Spotify, and Jet.com.
Ping Li joined Accel Partners in 2004 where he works as a general partner. Prior to Accel, he was an associate at McKinsey&Co, and a product line manager and director of corporate development at Juniper Networks.
Before becoming a partner at Accel Partners in 2008 he was a partner at Sequoia Capital for more than nine years.
Wong has been a general partner at Accel Partners for over 12 years. His main fields of focus are mobile technologies and software.
Ryan joined Accel in 2009 where he works as a partner. Sweeny’s areas of interest include software, SaaS, and financial technology companies.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA) was founded in 1977 by Dick Kramlich, Frank Bonsal, and Chuck Newhall. The firm primarily invests in areas such as consumer technology, financial technology, and e-commerce.
Sandell operates as a managing general partner, and has worked at the company since 1996. He ranked number 16 on Forbes Midas List as a Top Tech Investors in 2018.
Prior to New Enterprise Associates, he was the managing director at Morgan Stanley for 16 years. He received his MBA in Finance from The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Cowboy Ventures was founded by Aileen Lee in 2012 in Palo Alto, California. They focus on seed and early-stage digital startups as investments. Among their investments is Crunchbase.
Aileen Lee founded Cowboy Ventures in 2012 where she works as a managing partner. Prior to this, she was a partner at Kleiner Perkins for over 12 years. Earlier in her career, she was part of the business development sector at Gap Inc., later becoming special assistant to the CEO. She holds an MBA diploma from Harvard Business School.
Sequoia Capital was founded in 1972 by Donald T. Valentine in Menlo Park, California. The company itself specializes in seed, startup, early and growth stage companies. Sequoia Capital invests in the technology industry. The firms combined market value is around $1.4 trillion from their investment made before (these include: Apple, Google, PayPal, YouTube, Instagram, and WhatsApp).
Roelof has been a partner at Sequoia Capital since 2003, where he has worked for over 16 years. He works with consumer technology and financial services companies. Prior to this, he worked at PayPal (as the CFO), YouTube, Instagram, and Tumblr. Currently, he is member and board of directors to many companies, Eventbrite being one.
Prior to becoming a partner at Sequoia Capital, he was a general partner at Accel. He invests in networking, storage, and open source. He was also a director at WhatsApp and Sencha.
Michael Moritz has been part of Sequoia Capital for 33 years, since 1986. He is a member of the board of directors at Kayak.com and LinkedIn. Prior to this, he served as part of the board of directors at Google.
Menlo Ventures was established in 1976 thanks to H. DuBose Montgomery. Since then they have made many notable investments such as Siri. The firm itself prefers to invest in companies in the area of enterprise, and life science technologies.
He has been a partner at Menlo Ventures for over 16 years. He invests in internet, consumer electronics and digital media companies. Carolan is involved in Uber and has been a part of the investment lead department for over six years.
First Round Capital was founded in 2004 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Josh Kopelman. Notable investment include Uber and Warby Parker. First Round Capital prefers to invest in the technology sector.
Josh Kopelman is a partner and founder at First Round Capital. First Round Capital invests in startups related to technology. He holds an Entrepreneurial Management and Marketing diploma from the Wharton School (from the University of Pennsylvania).
Hayes has been at First Round Capital since 2006 and has led numerous investments such as Uber and Planet Labs. He graduated from Colombia Business School and has a master’s degree in Business Administration and Finance.
Founders Fund was founded 2005 by Peter Thiel, Ken Howery, Sean Parker (joined in 2006) and Luke Nosek. They are based in San Francisco, California. They invest in all stages and many different sectors including AI, energy, health, and consumer internet. They are among Facebook‘s early investors. Among their portfolio companies are Airbnb, Spotify, and Wish.
Brian was principal at Founders Fund from 2008 until 2011, after becoming a partner he has been involved in the venture firm and invests in promising startups. Prior to this, he worked at Google as a software engineer, later becoming an engineering manager.
Peter Thiel is one of the co-founders of PayPal, serving as managing partner at Founders Fund since March 2006. He is also an investor at LinkedIn, and a member of the board of directors at Facebook.
He joined Founders Fund in February 2019, prior he worked at Khosla Ventures over six years. He was also vice president at LinkedIn; and an executive vice president, business developer at PayPal.
Kleiner Perkins (originally Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers) was founded in 1972 in Menlo Park, California by Brook Byers, Eugene Kleiner, Thomas Perkins and Frank J. Caufield. In the firm, they focus on investing in technology and life science-related companies. They have made investments for example in Twitter, Amazon.com, Google, JD.com and Spotify.
Before becoming a partner at Kleiner Perkins in 2010, she was a managing director at Morgan Stanley for over 19 years. Mary holds an MBA degree from Cornell University.
Doerr has been involved in Kleiner Perkins for 39 years. He is not only a partner but the chairman of the company. He is the author behind Measure What Matters, a handbook with inspiration, lessons, and stories on the innovators of our time. Prior to Kleiner Perkins, he was a board member of Amazon and Google.
Seigenberg has been a general partner at Kleiner Perkins since 2005. She is also managing director at Westlake Village BioTech Partners (since 2018). She is focused on life science and medical technology.
Stanford co-founded Sherpa Capital in 2013. He is involved in many companies as a board member such as Silicon Foundry and ipsy. He has a masters degree in business administration and general management from Harvard Business School.
Felicis Ventures is based in Menlo Park, founded in 2006 by Aydin Senkut. Since 2006 the firm has made investments in companies such as acompli (acquired by Microsoft) and Bonobos (acquired by Walmart).
Prior to founding Felicis Ventures in 2006, he gained experience from working at Google as a product manager, later sales manager, and senior management positions. He is part of many firms as an investor.
Index Ventures began in 1996, based in San Francisco, California and founded by Neil Rimer, David Rimer, and Giuseppe Zocco. They have invested in companies Facebook, Just Eat, Skype, Dropbox, Trello, and Asos.
Howard Anderson, Rick Frisbie, and Bob Barrett founded Battery Ventures in 1983 in Boston, Massachusetts. The firm focuses on technology-related companies. Some of their previous investments include HotelTonight and Glassdoor.
Agrawal invests in internet companies across all stages and joined Battery Ventures in 2000. He is also present in many other companies as a board member, for example, Sprinklr and Bazaarvoice.
Kirsten has been a founding partner at Forerunner Ventures since 2010 where she made investments in Glossier and Warby Parker. Prior to this, she was a senior accountant at Deloitte.
In 2009 David Frankel founded Founder Collective with the purpose of investing in IT companies, SaaS, software, hardware etc. So far the firm has made investments in companies such as HotelTonight, and Venmo.
Paley serves as managing partner at Founder Collective, and he has been at the company since 2009. He holds a masters degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
This venture fund was originally named the Floodgate Fund, and was founded in 2010 by Mike Maples Jr. and Ann Miura-Ko. They invest in companies in Silicon Valley that are related to the technology industry. A few of their previous investments include Okta and Chegg.
Maples has been a partner at Floodgate since 2006. He has been on the Forbes Midas list since 2010 and was also mentioned in Fortune Magazine’s “8 rising stars”. Some of his investment include Twitter and Bazaarvoice.
Miura-Ko co-founded Floodgate in 2008. Prior to this she worked at McKinsey&Co as a senior business analyst for three years. She holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University in Quantitative Modeling of Computer Security.
Bessemer Venture Partners was founded in 1911 in Menlo Park, California. They invest in technology companies at seed, early stage and growth stage. They invest in consumer and healthcare industries. A few of their notable investments include Skype, Spotify, and LinkedIn.
Since 2005, Deeter has been an active partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. He focuses on cloud, mobile, and other technology-related companies.
Apart from being a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners over 17 years, Levine is a board member at Pinterest (2011) and Wikia (2006). He also led the investment in LinkedIn from 2006 to 2013.
GGV Capital is based in Menlo Park, California and exists since 2000. They focus on many different staged companies from seed to growth category. Their investments include Alibaba Group, Pandora, Slack.
Tung has been at GGV Capital for a little more than five years. Next to the venture firm he is also a board member at musical.ly, Wish, and Poshmark. For two years, he was an associate at Bessemer Venture Partners.
Andreessen Horowitz was founded in 2009 and is based in Menlo Park, California. In 2011 Andreessen Horowitz was ranked as the best VC firm by Investor Rank, and ranked as the most influential investor by CNET in 2011. The firm invests in industries such as gaming, mobile, and e-commerce. Among their portfolio companies are Airbnb, BuzzFeed and Facebook.
Jordan has been a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz for over seven years. He is actively present as a member of the board at Airbnb, Pinterest and more. Back in 2004, he was the president of PayPal until 2006.
Peter Levine is a general partner at the firm investing in enterprise. He joined in 2010 and has been active ever since. Besides Andreessen Horowitz he is also a management lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Ben Horowitz is a co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz. Prior to this, he was the vice president and general manager at Hewlett-Packard and president, CEO at Opsware for over eight years.
Levy is the Global Head of the Technology Sector and Managing Director at General Atlantic. He focuses on investments in media, internet, and technology. He has a BS in Commerce, with a concentration in Finance & Management Information Systems and a minor in Computer Science from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Shleifer joined Tiger Global Management in 2002 and is a managing director. Schleifer has been listed on the Forbes Midas List four times.
Fixel has been a part of Tiger Global Management for over 11 years and invests in startups related to software and the internet. He has led investments for LinkedIn and Facebook but his most notable deal was with Spotify.
Vinod Khosla founded Khosla Ventures in 2004 in Menlo Park, California. They are focused on companies in the early stage related to healthcare, biotechnology, cleantech, computing etc. In total, they have had 87 exits including Guardant Health and Okta.
Vinod Khosla founded Khosla Ventures in 2004. He prefers to invest in startups related to cleantech, information technology but also robotics. Prior to founding his own venture firm, he worked at Kleiner Perkins for over 18 years.
He joined Khosla Ventures in 2006 as a partner. Prior to this he was an analyst at Morgan Stanley.
Parekh has been at Insight Venture Partners since 2000. He invests in consumer internet, e-commerce, and data.
Prior to joining Insight Venture Partners in 1998 he worked at McKinsey&Co as a business analyst. He was included in Forbes Midas List of the Top Tech Investors in 2018.
Foresite Capital was founded in 2011 by James B. Tananbaum and is based in San Francisco, California. Among their notable investment are 10x Genomics.
Tananbaum founded Foresite Capital Management in 2010 where he operates as the CEO. Prior to this, he co-founded a VC firm Prospect Venture Partners focused on healthcare investments.
In 1995 Jay Hoag and Rick Kimball founded TCV, based in San Francisco, Silicon Valley. They have made investments in internet and software companies such as Airbnb, Facebook, and Spotify, and financial tech companies like Payoneer.
Ansari is a general partner at TCV, having joined in 2006 first as an associate. Later he became a general partner. He focuses on investments in fintech, healthcare, IT and software.
Redpoint Ventures was founded in 1999 in Menlo Park, California. Geoff Yang, Brad Jones, Timothy Haley, John Walecka, Jeff Brody and Tom Dyal founded the firm. Among their investments, you can find Netflix, JustEat, and Answers.com.
Dharmaraj is a managing director at Redpoint Ventures and invests in companies related to consumer tech and enterprise. He was on Forbes Midas List as a Top Tech Investor in 2016.
General Catalyst was established in 2000. The founders are Bill Fitzgerald, David Fialkow, David Orfao and Joel Cutler. Previously they invested in companies such as Snapchat, Grammarly, KAYAK, Airbnb and Deliveroo.
Now a managing partner, Joel joined General Catalyst in 2000. He was included in Forbes Midas List in the Top Tech Investors.
Foundry Groups was founded in 2006 and is based in Boulder, Colorado. The founders include Brad Feld, Jason Mendelson, Ryan McIntyre and Seth Levine. The firm focuses on investments in the technology industry. They have invested in companies like Fitbit and Zynga.
Feld co-founded Foundry Group, Techstars in 2006 and is managing director at companies Intensity Ventures (since 1995) and Mobius Venture Capital (since 2001). Prior to this he was a president at Feld Technologies.
Glein has been a part of DFJ since 2002 as a partner and prefers to invest in companies related to technology and media. He was an investor at Twitter for four years, and at Tumblr for two years.
Crowe is a managing partner at Norwest Venture Partners where he has worked since 2004. For five consecutive years, Crowe has made the Forbes Midas List.
John Burke, Jon Callaghan, Phil Black, Toni Schneider, and Tony Conrad founded True Ventures in 2006. The firm is based in Silicon Valley, California. They have invested in Fitbit, Duo Security, Ring and many more.
Callaghan founded True Ventures in 2006. He is an expert in general management and holds a degree from Harvard Business School.
Conrad is a member of the founding team at True Venture. He invests in startup businesses, technology-related companies, and the consumer internet. He is a board director at Automattic (WordPress).
OrbiMed Advisors is based in New York, and was founded in 1989 with the purpose of investing in companies related to healthcare. They have invested in Alector, Harpoon Therapeutics, Avedro and many more.
Gordon serves as a general partner at OrbiMed Advisors. He joined the firm in 1995, and invests in biotech and pharmaceutical companies, as he holds a Ph.D. in molecular biology. He ranked fourth on Forbes Midas List: Top Tech Investors 2018.
Silverstein has been at the firm OrbiMed for over 20 years. He is the managing partner and the co-head of private equity. He focuses on investment that are related to healthcare, biotechnology, and medical devices.
Chao is a general partner and a co-founder at DCM Ventures. Prior to founding the venture firm, he worked at McKinsey&Co as a management consultant.
Prior to becoming a founding partner at Aspect Ventures, she was a managing partner at Accel Partners. She invests in security software and mobile software.
Peterson has been part of Artis Ventures since 2001 as a co-founder. He holds a Master of BA from the University of Chicago.
Prior to becoming the CEO and founder of Breyer Capital, he was an assistant product manager at Apple for a year, an investor and board member at Marvel Entertainment, a board member at Walmart, Dell and 21st Century Fox. For over 28 years he worked at Accel Partners. And since 2005 he has been an investor and board member at Facebook.
Chaffee has been at IVP since 2000 where he works as a managing director and partner. He made sixth place on the Forbes Midas list of the Top 10 Founder VCs, and has made every Forbes Midas List for nine consecutive years. He has notable investments under his belt such as Twitter, Netflix, and Yahoo.
For over 14 years, Clavier has worked at Uncork Capital, and is a managing partner. He was educated in France and has masters in Computer Science. They mainly focus on mobile, cloud and consumer services related companies.
Bain Capital Ventures is the venture arm of Bain Capital. They are based in Boston, Massachusetts. The firm focuses on investments in software-related companies. Notable deals include Jet.com, LinkedIn, Dynatrace, Redis Labs, and Sysdig.
Deshpande has been a Managing Editor at Bain Capital Ventures for seven years. He invests in open source and infrastructure software. He has been on the Forbes Midas List of the top 100 investors for the past six years.
Ribbit Capital was founded in 2012 by Meyer Malka. The company is based in Palo Alto, California. So far the firm has made investments that include Funding Circle and more.
FirstMark Capital is based in New York, NY and was founded by Amish Jani, Lawrence Lenihan and Rick Heitzmann in 2008. The firm has made investments that include companies such as Shopify, Pinterest, and Airbnb.
Heitzmann is a managing director at FirstMark Capital (from 2008), and he is focused on companies related to consumer technology (e-commerce, video games).
Harrison Metal was founded in 2008 with the purpose of investing in technology-related companies at an early stage. The founder is Michael Dearing and the firm is based in San Francisco, California. The firm has made many notable investments such as Birchbox and Signal Sciences.
Hummer Winblad Venture Partners was founded in 1989 by Ann Winblad and John Hummer, a professional basketball player, in San Francisco, California. They made investments in MuleSoft, Adforce and many more.
Winbald is a co-founders of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners. The company invests in sofware. She has prior experience, and is acively present as a director at OptiMine Software and Ace Metrix among others.
Ehrenberg has been a managing partner at IA Ventures since 2009. He focuses on advertisin, financial technology and media. He gained a great deal of experience working on Wall Street for 17 years.
Madrona Venture Group was founded by Paul Goodrich and Tom Alberg in 1995 with the purpose of investing in companies at their seed, early and late stage. It is based in Seattle. They have invested in Amazon.com but among their notable investments we can also find Redfin and Smartsheet.
Mcilwain joined Madrona Venture Group in 2000. He mostly invests in software companies related to cloud and mobile applications. Prior to joining the venture firm, he was an engagement manager at McKinsey&Co from 1992 to 1996.
O’Driscoll has been a partner at Scale Venture Partners for over 25 years. He focuses on enterprise software, SaaS, and consumer technology investments.
ACM was established in 1994 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. They mainly focus on the applied technology sector. A notable investment includes Dell.
Adams founded the firm in 1994. Prior to this he was the vice president and general partner at a family-owned firm called Fistin Capital Corporation.
This firm was founded by Gilman Louie and Stewart Alsop in 2006 in San Francisco, California. Alsop Louie Partners is most likely to invest in industries such as consumer tech, fintech, and digital media. A few of their investments that are worth mentioning, Twitch and Sapho.
Beside from becoming a partner at Alsop Louie Partners in 2006, he has been a consultant at Gilman Louie for over 12 years. Louie holds great knowledge from Harvard Business School from attending an AMP (Advanced Management Program).
Along with Gilman Louie, the two founded Alsop Louie in January 2006. Prior to this, he was a general partner at New Enterprise Associates for over 10 years.
Since 2004 Pollack has been a part of the firm Ignite Venture Partners. Before turning 20, Landon Pollack has already founded had four companies.
Ganguly co-founded B Capital Group in 2015, where he serves as a partner. Prior to this, he worked as a senior vice president at Bain Capital for six years and senior manager at McKinsey&Co for three years.
From Sequoia Capital to Greylock Partners, this article lists some of the finest VC firms the US has to offer, as well as the mighty talents who help run these mammoth firms.
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