Brother Joins Powerhouse Venture Capital Firm

What do SpaceX, AirBNB, Facebook and Spotify all have in common? All were invested in by the San Francisco- based venture capital powerhouse Founder’s Fund. Brother Keith Rabois (Stanford, 1991), who spent the last six years at Khosla Ventures, joins Founder’s Fund as a partner. With a varied background in finance and business management, as well.

As a general partner with the firm, Brother Rabois will help oversee its existing portfolio as well as making decisions on which startups and businesses to invest with in the future.

After getting his bachelor’s degree in political science from Stanford University, Brother Rabois went on to get his juris doctor from Harvard University. He then worked as a litigator at Sullivan and Cromwell, a wall street law firm. He entered the finance industry as a senior executive at PayPal and has also held roles at LinkedIn and Square, serving as chief operating officer of the latter.

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