Aileen Lee is a U.S. seed investor who was a venture capital investor. She joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 1999 and was founding CEO of RMG Networks, a company backed by KPCB. She later founded Cowboy Ventures. Lee coined the often used Silicon Valley term unicorn in a TechCrunch article "Welcome To The Unicorn Club: Learning from Billion-Dollar Startups" as profiled in a New York Times article. A unicorn is generally defined as a privately held startup that has a $1 billion valuation – something rare (like a unicorn).

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  • Aileen Lee is a U.S. seed investor who was a venture capital investor. She joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 1999 and was founding CEO of RMG Networks, a company backed by KPCB. She later founded Cowboy Ventures. Lee coined the often used Silicon Valley term unicorn in a TechCrunch article "Welcome To The Unicorn Club: Learning from Billion-Dollar Startups" as profiled in a New York Times article. A unicorn is generally defined as a privately held startup that has a $1 billion valuation – something rare (like a unicorn). Lee earned her bachelor's degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management in 1992 and her MBA from Harvard Business School in 1997. Lee has made investments in many early stage companies, including August, Dollar Shave Club, Accompany and Tally Technologies. (en)
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  • Aileen Lee Backstage at Tech Crunch 2013
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  • Aileen Lee is a U.S. seed investor who was a venture capital investor. She joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 1999 and was founding CEO of RMG Networks, a company backed by KPCB. She later founded Cowboy Ventures. Lee coined the often used Silicon Valley term unicorn in a TechCrunch article "Welcome To The Unicorn Club: Learning from Billion-Dollar Startups" as profiled in a New York Times article. A unicorn is generally defined as a privately held startup that has a $1 billion valuation – something rare (like a unicorn). (en)
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