Colin joined NEA in 2014 and is focused on working with NEA’s portfolio companies at the board level. Colin has two decades of experience in venture capital guiding successful strategic outcomes in technology-driven companies across a variety of sectors, including CareZone (acquired by Walmart), Pluribus (acquired by Arista Networks), Bonsai.AI (acquired by Microsoft), 23andme (NASDAQ: ME), Metromile (acquired by Lemonade), OANDA (acquired by CVC Capital Partners), IfOnly (acquired by MasterCard), Graphite Systems (acquired by EMC), Fyusion (acquired by Cox), Curalate (acquired by BazaarVoice), Ketra (acquired by Lutron), New Globe Education and Aerospike. He currently serves on the boards of or is responsible for managing NEA’s investments in a wide range of companies, including Splashtop, SiteTracker, Logikcull, Juvo, Attest, Expel, Alfred, Philo, Houzz, Transfix, PlayVS, MiiM, ThirdLove, Konux, Union, Gladly, Placester, OneConcern and Availink, among others. Prior to joining NEA, Colin spent 12 years at Paladin Capital Group, where he was responsible for investments in Royalty Pharma (NASDAQ: RPRX) and Cogent Communications (NASDAQ: CCOI). Prior to Paladin, Colin was a founding member of The Vigilant Investors Fund, a hedge fund in Santa Monica, California. Colin received his B.A. degree in Philosophy from Haverford College.