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Li Jin

Li Jin

Li Jin is the founder and managing partner of Atelier Ventures. Co-Founder of Variant Fund

Overview

Li Jin is the founder and managing partner of Atelier Ventures. Prior to founding Atelier Ventures in July 2020, Li worked as a partner of Andreesen Horowitz (a16z) from August 2016 to June 2020.

Career and education

Li achieved her Bachelor's of Arts in Statistics and English literature at Harvard University, following graduation from Upper St. Clair High School in Pennsylvania. At Harvard she earned the V.M. Setchkarev Memorial Prize for Best Undergraduate Essay in the Harvard Slavic Languages & Literatures Department for her essay "The Unattainable Ideal of Motherhood in Tolstoy's 'War and Peace'". She also earned a David Rockefeller Grant and participated in the Radcliffe Institute Research Program while at Harvard.

Following graduation, Li worked in a variety of roles at financial institutions and technology companies. She began as a corporate strategy associate at Capital One from September 2012 to October 2013, before beginning work as Product Manager at shopkick. After working in the role until August 2016, Li worked as Board Observer for web service providers' Imgur and Substack.

Li joined Andreesen Horowitz, also known as a16z, as a partner in August 2016. She worked at the investment firm until June 2020, when she began Atelier Ventures, a firm focused on investing in passion economy platforms.

Timeline

June 2020
Li founds Atelier Ventures.
April 1, 1962
Li Jin was born.

Invested in

Patents

Further Resources

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The Passion Economy and the Future of Work - Andreessen Horowitz

Li Jin

Web

October 8, 2019

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Jonathan Shieber
April 15, 2021
TechCrunch
Pearpop, the marketplace for social collaborations between the teeming hordes of musicians, craftspeople, chefs, clowns, diarists, dancers, artists, actors, acrobats, aspiring celebrities and actual celebrities, has raised $16 million in funding that includes what seems like half of Hollywood, along with Alexis Ohanian's Seven Seven Six venture firm and Bessemer Venture Partners. The funding was [...]

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