Managing Director at Slow Ventures investment fund. Invested in over 200 early stage technology companies including Pinterest, Evernote, Plated, Barkbox, Birchbox, Everlane, Angellist, Silvercar, Pillpack, Postmates, Nextdoor, Wealthfront, TaskRabbit, Casper, Makespace, Sunrise, Blue Bottle, Classpass, Dots, Niche, Slack, Product Hunt, Common, HomeMade, Gusto, Eero, StyleSeat, ClassDojo, Artsy etc.
Advisor at General Catalyst venture capital fund.
Angel Investor (SmartThings, YikYak, Betable, YPlan, Splash Events, Airtime, Nation Builder, Basis Technologies, Chatous, Brit+Co, Zuckerberg Media, etc).
Wall Street Journal columnist as part of their 'Accelerators' section giving start-up advice to entrepreneurs.
Previously: Joined Facebook in early 2005 as one of the first 10 employees and first advertising partnerships sales person. Spent 6.5 years developing and running key global advertising partnerships with Coca Cola, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart and many other companies. Left Facebook in July 2011 to become an investor after having become the longest tenured employee at the company (other than Mark Zuckerberg). In 2010, he was named one of New York's 100 Coolest Tech People by Business Insider.