For the month of February we announced that during Black History Month we would highlight four black tech entrepreneurs.
Our last entrepreneur is Stephen DeBerry, @stephendeberry Partner, Kapor Capital; Chief Investment Officer, Bronze Investments
Stephen DeBerry makes and manages investments that align strong financial returns with positive social impact. He is a partner at Kapor Capital and the Chief Investment Officer of Bronze Investments. Previously, Stephen was Investment Director at Omidyar Network, the mission-based investment firm started by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and his wife, Pam. Before that Stephen managed business development at Interval Research, the research lab established by Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen.
Stephen is a former Trustee and Member of the Investment Committee at The California Endowment. He is the Chairman of Friends of New Orleans and also serves the boards of The Dalai Lama Foundation, The Redford Center and Emerald Cities. Stephen earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with highest honors from UCLA as well as a Master’s degree in Social Anthropology and a Master of Business Administration degree from Oxford University. He is a Marshall Scholar and a Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute. He lives in Mill Valley, California with his wife and two daughters.
Week 1: Black Tech Entrepreneur of the Week: Shellye Archambeau
Week 2: Black Tech Entrepreneur of the Week: Charles Hudson
Week 3: Black Tech Entrepreneur of the Week: Marlon NicholsCategory: Entrepreneur, Featured | Tags: African Americans, black history month, black tech entrepreneurs, blackhistory, blackhistorymonth, Charles Hudson, entrepreneurs, Stephen DeBerry