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33 Investments in 20 Companies
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Scott is a Managing General Partner and head of NEA’s Technology investing practice. Since joining the firm in 1996, he has personally led investments in industry-transforming companies like Bloom Energy, Data Domain, Fusion-io, Salesforce.com, Tableau Software, WebEx, and Workday. Scott is one of only six investors to be named to the Forbes Midas List every year since 2007, with 22 technology companies in his portfolio having successfully completed public offerings or mergers. In addition to his focus on information technology and alternative energy investments, Scott leads NEA’s investing activities in China.

Scott is currently a director of a number of private companies including Bitglass, Bloom Energy, Branch Metrics, Captora, Carezone, CloudFlare, Coursera, Green Chef, Hello Alfred, Sentons, and Tuya.Other previous investments include Fusion-io (acquired by SanDisk), Neoteris (acquired by Juniper Networks), NetIQ (acquired by Attachmate Corporation), Playdom (acquired by Disney), and Spreadtrum Communications (acquired by Tsinghua Unigroup).

Prior to joining NEA, Scott was a Product Manager at Microsoft, where he worked on Windows 95. Before joining Microsoft, Scott was the first salesperson at C-ATS Software and later co-founded and ran the company’s European subsidiary. He began his career at the Boston Consulting Group. Scott holds an MBA from Stanford and an AB in Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth College.Scott also serves on the Board of Overseers for the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth and is a former Chairman of the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) (2014-2015).

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Managing General Partner

1996 - Current   (almost 21 years)
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Product Manager - Windows 95
DateInvested InRoundDetails
Jun, 2016$20M / Series A (Lead)
Jan, 2016$56M / Series D
Sep, 2015$76.5M / Series E (Lead)
Sep, 2015$110M / Series D
Aug, 2015$49.5M / Series C (Lead)
Jun, 2015$28.2M / Series B (Lead)
Apr, 2015$15.5M / Series A (Lead)
Apr, 2015$10.5M / Series A (Lead)
Jan, 2015$130M / Convertible Note
Aug, 2014$25.03M / Series B
May, 2014$22M / Series B (Lead)
Dec, 2013$50M / Series C
Mar, 2013$10.02M / Series A (Lead)
Oct, 2012$25M / Series C (Lead)
Jul, 2012$6M / Series A
Apr, 2012$16M / Series A (Lead)
Sep, 2011$85M / Private Equity
Jul, 2011$20M / Series B (Lead)
Apr, 2011$18M / Series B (Lead)
Oct, 2010$9M / Series C (Lead)
Apr, 2010$45M / Series C
Nov, 2009$43M / Series A
Apr, 2009$75M / Series E (Lead)
Apr, 2009$47.5M / Series B
Aug, 2008$10M / Series B (Lead)
Mar, 2008$19M / Series A (Lead)
Aug, 2007$101M / Series B
Oct, 2006$20M / Series D
Aug, 2006$104M / Series D (Lead)
Jan, 2004$5M / Series A (Lead)
Dec, 2003$17M / Series B
Apr, 2000$22M / Venture
Dec, 1999$25M / Series C

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