Kristina Shen

Kristina Shen


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Kristina Shen is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz where she focuses on enterprise and SaaS investing. She was previously a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners where she worked on numerous cloud and SaaS investments. Prior to BVP, she was an investor at JMI Equity and an investment banker at both Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse. 

Kristina holds a B.A. in Operations Research and Management Science from the University of California, Berkeley. She is also a founding member of All Raise, a nonprofit whose mission is to amplify female voices, accelerate their success, and create a tech culture where women are leading, shaping, and funding the future.

Kristina serves on the board of Mux, Pave, Sprig, and Wrapbook.

Latest Content

  • Investing in Tennr New
    Kristina Shen, Zeya Yang, and Jay Rughani

    Tennr understands unstructured inputs, applying AI reasoning and decision-making to perform complex end-to-end workflows.

  • When computers were first built, each new application had to be programmed specifically for each chip. This was very complicated for developers and, as a result, the companies that created operating systems to simplify t...

  • For B2B Generative AI Apps, Is Less More?
    Zeya Yang and Kristina Shen

    We’ve watched large language models (LLMs) become mainstream over the past few years and have studied the implementations in the context of B2B applications. Despite some enormous technological advances and the presenc...

  • Investing in Macro
    Kristina Shen and Zeya Yang

    In recent years, we’ve seen a renaissance in productivity software. To make knowledge work seamless, internal teams have largely moved off of “hard files,” toward real-time workspaces with commenting, collaboration...

  • Investing in Equals
    Kristina Shen

    VisiCalc, the first computer-based spreadsheet, was launched in 1979. For the first time, this brought data analysis and computing together, in a way thousands of times more powerful than pen and paper. While VisiCalc is...

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