Doug Mackenzie joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 1989 and became a Partner in 1992. Since joining KPCB, Doug has focused his investment activities in the software sector, including enterprise applications, entertainment and educational software, and internet applications, tools and services. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Safeway (public), as well as the following private companies: Devicescape Software, OnFiber, Scintera Networks, Trumba Corporation, and WeddingChannel (formerly Della.com). Previously, Doug had been either a Director of, or actively involved with KPCB’s investments in: Pivotal Corporation (public), HomeGrocer.com (public, acquired by Webvan), Accept.com (acquired by Amazon.com), Collabra Software (acquired by Netscape), Crystal Dynamics (acquired by Eidos), Diamond Lane Communications (acquired by Nokia), Edmark (public, acquired by IBM), E.piphany (public, acquired by SSA CRM) Marimba (public, acquired by BMC Software), On Technology (public), Preview Travel (public), Shiva (public) and Visio Corporation (public, acquired by Microsoft). In addition, he serves as co-Chairman of the Stanford Engineering Venture Fund, as a Board member of the Stanford Engineering Advisory Council, as an advisor to Pacific Community Ventures, as a Board member of Monterey Peninsula Foundation, as a Trustee of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation (USSTF), and he as a faculty member of the Stanford School of Engineering.
Doug holds a bachelor’s in Economics and a master’s in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from Harvard.