- San José State UniversityBA in Magazine Journalism; minor in environmental studies, 1991
- VCJ and peHUB.comVenture Capital Editor, 10 - presentI'm venture capital editor for VCJ and peHUB.com, two publications owned by Buyouts Insider, a UCG company
- Thomson ReutersEditor, VCJ, 2011 - 2014
- Thomson ReutersManaging Editor, 2003 - 2011
Food is changing and VCs are showing an appetite for it - PE HUB
As far as media dinners go, I attended one that was right up my alley last month.
Data Spotlight: 1H VC-backed IPOs lowest since financial crisis of 2009 ...
Only three of the 17 VC-backed IPOs in the first half of the year were tech companies, led by the recent debut of Twilio
Year in Review: Plenty of angels and unicorns were spotted in 2015 - PE HUB
Not all the news of 2015 was about unicorns. But it was certainly the biggest story of the year.
Columbian taxi operator Táximo drives away with $4.6 mln
Táximo, a portfolio company of Polymath Ventures, has raised $4.6 million in funding. The investors were unnamed. Based in Columbia, Táximo
Milner's DST Global raises $1.7 bln toward new fund
DST Global has raised $1.7 billion toward a new fund, according to an SEC filing. It is not clear whether fundraising continues.
DCM Ventures calls up $100 mln for second Android fund
DCM Ventures announced it has raised $100 million for its second Android fund, A-Fund II, to make early-stage bets on apps and technology re
VC perspective: Surviving the coming venture capital fallout
Startups and venture firms need to prepare for when, not if, the valuation bubble bursts.
British-born VC gets quickly to work--VCJ snapshot
Andy McLoughlin, who joined SoftTech VC in March, is helping the firm pursue more B2B deals.
Causeway backs VenueNext, developer behind the Levi's Stadium mobile app
San Francisco-based VenueNext has raised a $9 million Series A round of funding from Causeway Media Partners. Live Nation Entertainment, Twi
Cohesity emerges with $70 mln in backing from ARTIS, Google, Sequoia and...
Storage provider Cohesity has come out of stealth mode and announced it has raised $70 million in two rounds of venture funding.
Data Collective, angels back power saving tech developer PathSense
PathSense, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based developer of technology that aims to improve location without the battery drain commonly experienced wi
Edtech company Wonder Workshop raises $6.9 mln from WI Harper, Madrona, CRV
San Mateo, Calif.-based Wonder Workshop, which has developed programmable robots and other technology to help teach children to code, announ
For women in VC, let’s stop citing the 4 percent--VCJ Editor's letter
Ellen Pao case is shining a spotlight about diversity at venture firms, but let’s get the facts straight.