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John Doerr
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

John Doerr joined Intel in 1974 just as they invented the famous "8080" 8 bit microprocessor. At Intel, he held various engineering, marketing and management assignments, and was one of their top-ranked sales executives.

In 1980, he joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and sponsored a series of investments including Compaq, Cypress, Intuit, Macromedia, Netscape, Lotus, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, S3, Sun Microsystems,, and Symantec.

John was the founding CEO of Silicon Compilers and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Google, Intuit,,, and Sun Microsystems. His privately held company board seats include Good Technology, and Segway. He holds patents for computer memory devices he invented as a design engineer at Monsanto. Recent interests include education, the Internet and biotechnology genomics.

John was born one of five children and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He holds a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Rice University and an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.

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Last Updated: Tue, Apr 18, 2006


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Video Distinguished Ventures John Doerr KPCB 01:39 02/2005
Video Mercenaries and Missionaries John Doerr KPCB 03:38 02/2005
Video Great Groups John Doerr KPCB 01:10 02/2005
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Video Disruptive Technologies John Doerr KPCB 04:13 02/2005
Video The Past, Present and Future of Google John Doerr KPCB 03:16 02/2005
Video The Impact of Social Entrepreneurship John Doerr KPCB 04:33 02/2005
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Video The Global Future John Doerr KPCB 01:21 02/2005
Video How to Negotiate Valuations John Doerr KPCB 01:22 02/2005