Anjney Midha joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 2014 and focuses on consumer internet investments, while working closely with the portfolio on data science and analytics. Anjney joined KPCB from First Round Capital’s Dorm Room Fund (DRF), where he was a Managing Partner. While at DRF, Anjney focused on the fund’s investments into computer vision and internet technologies.
His prior experience includes technology mergers and acquisitions at Lazard Freres & Co., and computational research on large scale social graphs at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. In 2012, Anjney was named the youngest Google Policy Fellow, and in 2014, organized the first Stanford Cryptofolks summit for applied cryptography.
Anjney pursued undergraduate and graduate degrees at Stanford University, where he focused on machine learning and statistics, and is currently on leave of absence from the Biomedical Informatics program at the Stanford School of Medicine. He is on the advisory council of Bayes Impact, a non-profit that combines data scientists with social projects, and serves on the Architecture and Design committee of the SF MOMA. He is also a Young Associate at the Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research (SIEPR).