|Carnegie Mellon University, BS||1998|
|Computer Science, Art (minor)|
Ross Fubini joined Canaan Partners’ Menlo Park office in 2012 as a Venture Partner. He focuses on the firm’s enterprise, consumer, and healthcare IT investment efforts.
Before joining Canaan, Ross was a partner at seed-stage technology investment firm Kapor Capital, where he led investments across consumer, enterprise, and health technology. He currently serves as an advisor to Kapor Capital, Palantir Technology, Facebook Causes, and other early stage technology companies.
Previously, Ross was a successful entrepreneur who co-founded and grew CubeTree, a Gartner Visionary enterprise social collaboration company which is used by the Fortune 100 including SAP, Intuit, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. CubeTree was acquired by SuccessFactors (NASDAQ:SFSF) in 2010 where he then served as a vice president.
Prior to that, Ross was Sr. Director of Engineering at Symantec, where he owned product development for Symantec/Brightmail Messaging Security anti-spam, anti-virus, and content filtering product lines serving 70,000 customers, protecting 100s of millions of email boxes, and delivering $300M+ revenue/year. Before joining Symantec, Ross held technical leadership roles at BEA/Plumtree, TellMe Networks, and Netscape.
Ross is also an active board member of the Level Playing Field Institute (LPFI), a non-profit that promotes innovative approaches to fairness in education and the workplace. He is an avid triathlete, marathon runner, and Ironman competitor. He holds a B.S. in engineering and art from Carnegie Mellon University.