Primary Role
Co-Founder @ GGV Capital
Harvard Business School

Person Details


Scott Bonham is a co-founder of GGV Capital and brings a combination of technology investing and marketing experience. Most recently Scott served as a Vice President at the Capital Group Companies where he managed technology investments across 10 mutual funds.

Prior to joining the Capital Group, Scott spent four years at Silicon Graphics where he served as a product line manager for entry level workstations.

Scott started his career as a systems engineer and maintenance foreman at a General Motors assembly plant. He used his operations and systems experience as a consultant at Booz, Allen & Hamilton where he advised clients on manufacturing and information systems strategies.

Scott is actively involved in Boston-Power, Inside Contactless, Teranetics, Bridge Laboratories and Guava Technologies. In addition, he was formerly on the board of Netli (acquired by Akamai), Hurray! Solutions (NASDAQ: HRAY), P-Cube (acquired by Cisco Systems), Ageia Technologies (acquired by NVIDIA) and Zettacom (acquired by Integrated Device Technologies). Also, Scott led the firm's investments in NetScaler (acquired by Citrix Systems), Sirna (acquired by Merck) and GENBAND.

Scott earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering (First Class Honors) from Queen's University, Canada and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

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