Founder & Managing Partner, 1955 Capital
Andrew founded 1955 Capital to invest in advanced U.S. technology that can solve the most challenging problems in China and Asia – in energy, food, agriculture, healthcare, education and sustainable infrastructure. 1955 Capital recently completed a first close on $200 million with anchor investors, making this one of the largest venture firm debuts in recent memory.
Andrew was previously a general partner at Khosla Ventures and helped build the cleantech and healthcare practices at Lightspeed Venture Partners – global venture capital firms that each manage over $4 billion in commitments. A leading voice on transpacific relations, Andrew served as a special advisor to the 2015 U.S.-China presidential trade mission led by the U.S. Secretaries of Commerce and Energy. He previously worked at Bain Capital and Bain & Company (Asia), studied Applied Mathematics at Harvard and holds an MBA from Wharton.