Robert Siegel

Venture Partner

Robert is a Lecturer in Management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and has led primary research and written cases on Google, Charles Schwab, Daimler, AB InBev, Box, Stripe, General Electric, AngelList, 23andMe, CODE2040, Lending Club, Tableau, PayPal, SurveyMonkey, Medium, Autodesk, Minted, Zuora, Axel Springer and Starbucks (La Boulange), amongst others. He teaches five academic courses including  The Industrialist’s Dilemma,  Systems Leadership, Entrepreneurial Finance and Strategies in Effective Product Management. 

For two decades he has been an active investor and sits on multiple Board of Directors across the United States and Europe. In addition, he is Chairman of the Strategic Advisory Board for TTTech Computertechnik AG in Vienna, Austria, is a Member of the Industry Advisory Boards for HERE Technologies and Tulco, and is the Co-President Emeritus of Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs. He has co-authored several articles for the  Harvard Business Review,  California Management Review,  is a Wall Street Journal  Startup Guru, and is a frequent contributor to  Fortune,  TechCrunch,  VentureBeat, and  Forbes.

Robert held numerous operating roles during his career, including General Manager of the Video and Software Solutions division for GE Security, Executive Vice President of Pixim, Inc., and he was the Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Weave Innovations Inc. He served in various management roles at Intel Corporation, including an executive position on their Corporate Business Development team. 

Robert is the co-inventor of four patents and served as lead researcher for Andy Grove’s best-selling book,  Only the Paranoid Survive.

Robert holds a BA from UC Berkeley and an MBA from Stanford University. He is married with three children.