Anish Acharya

Anish Acharya


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Anish Acharya is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz where he focuses on consumer investing. He currently serves on the boards of Deel, Mosaic, Silo, and Titan. Anish joined Andreessen Horowitz in 2019.

Prior to joining a16z, Anish held multiple roles at Credit Karma including the General Manager of Core Product and General Manager of U.S. Card, which he helped scale to over 100MM members and nearly $1B in 2019 revenue. Anish joined Credit Karma in 2015 via the acquisition of Snowball, a notifications startup he founded a year earlier.

Prior to creating Snowball, Anish founded SocialDeck, a social-gaming company that was acquired by Google in 2010. He went on to lead various mobile product efforts as well as invest at Google Ventures. Anish graduated from the University of Waterloo and lives in the Bay Area with his family.

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