Randy Glein '94

Randy Glein is a co-founder and partner at DFJ Growth. His career spans more than 30 years as a venture capital investor, operating executive, and entrepreneur. Randy has led investments in many innovative technology leaders, including Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN), Box (NYSE: BOX), Performics (Google), Ring (Amazon), SpaceX, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), Tumblr (Yahoo), Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Yammer (Microsoft), and Yodle (Web.com). Recent investments include Coinbase, Giphy, Splice, Sumo Logic, Unity, and Yellowbrick. Prior to DFJ, Randy was CFO of FeedBurner, a DFJ portfolio company acquired by Google. He also played instrumental roles in the formation and development of DIRECTV and XM Radio. Randy began his career as a systems engineer at Hughes Space & Communications. Forbes has named Randy to its annual Midas List four times, including most recently in 2018. In addition, the New York Times / CB Insights has named Randy one of the Top 100 venture capital investors in 2016, 2017, and 2018. He holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson, an MSEE from the University of Southern California, and a BSEE with high honors from the University of Florida.