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Stanford University, MBA 1990
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US Air Force Academy, BS 1978
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Meritech Capital

Paul Madera

Paul Madera was a founder of Meritech in 1999 and currently focuses on the storage, semiconductor and digital consumer sectors. He has been directly involved with 2Wire, Corvis Corporation, Danger, Homestead Technologies, IntraLase, Riverbed Technology and Salesforce.com.

Prior to Meritech, Paul was Managing Director and Head of the Private Equity Group at Montgomery Securities/Banc of America. He began his career in finance as an investment banker with Morgan Stanley & Co. in New York. Before joining Morgan Stanley, he served in the United States Air Force as an F-16 Instructor Pilot and a member of the Air Force Liaison Office and representative to the Senate and House Armed Services Committees.

Paul holds a B.S. from the United States Air Force Academy and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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