Mamoon Hamid

Mamoon Hamid

Kleiner Perkins

Mr. Mamoon Hamid is a General Partner and Managing Director at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. He joined the firm as General Partner in August 2017. Mr. Hamid has been an Advisor of Yelp since its inception. He was a Co-Founder, Founding Partner and General Partner of Social Capital Partnership. He joined Social Capital. in November 2011 and leads the firm's private investing activities. He was a Partner of U.S. Venture Partners and also served as its Principal. He joined U.S. Venture Partners as an Associate in July 2005. He was employed at Xilinx, Inc., in various marketing and engineering roles for eight years. He served as a Senior Manager of Strategic and Worldwide Marketing and was responsible for defining and implementing sales and marketing strategies that grew consumer electronics and automotive market segment revenues five-fold to $100 million in a span of three years. He was employed at System Architect and was responsible for evangelizing or promoting the role of Xilinx technology in emerging vertical markets. He served as an Applications Engineer and helped customers design performance and cost optimized FPGAs for networking, telecommunications and computing products. He was employed at Voyager Capital. he co-founded Rotee in San Francisco. He is a Board Observer of Mist. He had served as a Director of OneLogin, Inc. since October 03, 2013. He serves as a Director of Tally, Viz.ai, Figma, Bluenose Analytics, Inc., Netskope, Inc., Intercom, Inc., Greenhouse Software, Inc., Slack Technologies, Inc., Tiny Speck, Inc. (Slack), ClearSlide, Inc., Act-On Software, Box.net and Castlight Health. He is a Director of The Kauffman Fellows. He served as a Board Member of Deutsche Bank and Yammer, Inc. He served as a Director of Box, Inc. He has published numerous papers and spoken at conferences globally on topics of the digital home and wireless networking. He was listed in the Forbes Midas List three times, including in 2014. Mr. Hamid holds an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School, an M.S. in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University. He is a Graduate of the Kauffman Fellows Program.