Entrepreneurs in Residence
Evan was the co-founder of Flipboard, where he helped pioneer a new interaction paradigm for the way content is presented on mobile devices. Previously, he was a software engineer at Apple and worked on the team that shipped the first iPhone. He taught the first university-level iPhone application development course at Stanford University where his class lectures were downloaded over 20 million times. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Stanford.
Jeremy has founded and operated a series of consumer-focused companies in industries ranging from console video gaming to mobile to consumer Internet. Most recently, Jeremy joined Twitter as VP of engineering after it acquired his startup, Cabana. At Twitter, he managed a 500-person team responsible for the home timeline, direct messages, photos, video, search, and relevance across Web and mobile.
Prior to Twitter and Cabana, Jeremy founded and ran San Francisco-based Secret Level, a creator of video game software spanning the PlayStation to PlayStation 3 era, before selling the company to Sega in 2006 and serving on its executive staff.
“You have to learn not be discouraged by experts.” -Gary Flandro
Mina was most recently the head of product at Uber, working with the company as it scaled from 20 people to 2,000 people. There, she worked across such diverse products as car types, international expansion, and surge pricing, but she would still rank On-Demand Mariachi as one of her favorite launches.
Prior to joining Uber, Mina was one of the first product managers at ModCloth, building out both core e-commerce foundations, and review and measurement systems, to help customers better shop for fashion online. Mina previously worked at Google and Goldman Sachs, and she studied computer science and cognitive science at Cornell University. In her spare time, she is an aspiring yogi, a voracious reader, and cruciverbalist.
Prior to joining Redpoint as an entrepreneur in residence, Roland was co-founder and CTO of Mumbo, a mobile-messaging company acquired by LinkedIn.
Previously, Roland was co-founder and VP of technology at Zimbra, the leading provider of open-source collaboration software for universities, businesses, and service providers. Zimbra was sold to Yahoo in 2007 for $350 million.
Prior to Zimbra, Roland was the chief architect of large-scale messaging subsystems at Openwave and Onebox. Roland joined Openwave as part of the acquisition of Onebox, where he was a founding engineer and senior architect.
Brad co-founded Redpoint in 1999 and has managed successful investments in biotechnology, communications, ecommerce, infrastructure, medical devices, semiconductors, software, and wireless. Brad has served on the board of ten public companies and is currently a board member of Stamps.com and a number of private companies.
Prior to co-founding Redpoint, Brad was a general partner with Brentwood Venture Capital.
Brad received an A.B. in Chemistry and an A.M. in Physics from Harvard University. He also holds an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a J.D. from the Stanford Law School.
Marjorie concentrates on investment strategy, deal sourcing, government relations, corporate development and portfolio company operations for Redpoint China. She is also Chairman of Esquel Group, a leading textile and apparel manufacturer with operations throughout the world. Marjorie was a founding member of Esquel in 1978, and was appointed Chairman in 1995.
Marjorie serves as a member of various advisory boards including Harvard University, Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, and Tsinghua University School of Economics.
Marjorie earned a B.S. from MIT and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.