Anjney Midha
Founding Partner
Anjney leads KPCB Edge as Founding Partner, and focuses on Virtual Reality and Drones & Aerospace companies. Before founding Edge, Anjney was the youngest partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and was closely involved with the firm’s investments in RelateIQ (acquired by Salesforce), Ayasdi, Magic Leap, Enjoy, and True Caller, where he is a board observer. Anjney pursued undergraduate and graduate degrees at Stanford, and is on a leave of absence from the Biomedical Informatics department at the Stanford School of Medicine. Anjney enjoys flying microlight planes and modding quadcopters.
Roneil Rumburg
Engineering Partner
Roneil is the Engineering Partner at KPCB Edge, and focuses on Block Chain and Computer Vision companies. Before joining Edge, Roneil co-founded Backslash, a cryptocurrency payment company, where he focused on security and backend software engineering. He's also spent time at Sparks Mobile, Nebula (as a 2013 KPCB Fellow), and AeroFS in software engineering roles. He graduated from Stanford in 2014 with a B.S. in Computer Science focused on systems. In his spare time, Roneil enjoys hiking, sailing, reading, and finding good wine and whisk(e)y.
Ruby Lee
Product Partner
Ruby is the Product Partner at KPCB Edge, and focuses on Digital Health and Mobile Marketplace companies. Before joining Edge, she was an Associate Product Manager at Google, where she worked on the Chrome browser and later helped launch Project Fi, Google's wireless carrier service. Ruby holds an M.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Bioengineering from Stanford University. She was also the president of the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial students (BASES), the largest entrepreneurship group on campus. Ruby enjoys playing volleyball and trying new dim sum places in San Francisco.
Allen Lawson
Designer in Residence
Allen is the Designer in Residence for the KPCB Edge program and focus on product and mobile. Before joining Edge, he was a freelance designer for various startups including Remix (YC W15) and DoorDash. In his spare time, he enjoys discovering new hiking spots in SF, cooking and staying active.
William Wnekowicz
Developer in Residence
William Wnekowicz is the Developer in Residence at KPCB Edge. Before Edge, he was a Software Engineer at Indiegogo. William graduate from Georgetown University with degrees in Management and Operations & Info Management. In his free time, he hacks on hardware projects, studies the brain, and flies airplanes.
Previous Residents
Richard Ortenberg
Developer in Residence 2015
Andrew Taber
Developer in Residence 2015-16
Brian Tran
Designer in Residence 2015-16
Christina Rowland
Operations Coordinator
Neal Chandra
Developer in Residence 2016