Bryan is a Partner at Khosla Ventures focusing on later/growth stage investments across the technology sector.
Prior to joining Khosla Ventures, Bryan was a previously a Partner at Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP), a Principal at Apax Partners’ growth technology fund Apax Digital, and before that spent just under a decade investing with Insight Venture Partners, leading deals across the US as well as many in Europe.
While at Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP), Bryan established and led the creation of a digital infrastructure platform in the wireless technology space. This platform focuses on neutral-host software and systems integration; enabling shared 5G wireless access infrastructure with the targeted intention to improve equity across broadband access and thereby help close the ever-increasing digital divide, especially as it relates to education.
As a growth stage technology investor, Bryan focuses primarily on investments in the mobile ecosystem, education technology, collaboration, fintech, data & analytics, and other vertical specific SaaS and technology-enabled companies.
He has worked closely at the board level with management of several current and former Apax and Insight portfolio companies, including: AdColony (sold to Opera), Alteryx (NYSE: AYX), Anaqua (sold to Astorg), Flipp, Genius Sports (NYSE: GENI), Pluralsight (NASDAQ: PS), Smartsheet (NYSE: SMAR), Udemy, Wizeline (sold to CDPQ), and Xamarin (sold to Microsoft), and was actively involved with many other Insight and Apax investments.
A graduate from Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, Bryan earned a degree in Operations Research and Financial Engineering, with minors in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Engineering Management Systems.
Although he no longer performs actively, Bryan is a large fan of all types of music, and formerly performed with a variety of jazz and classical ensembles as a percussionist. Instead of performing currently, he gets his weekly dose of aural inspiration by frequenting many of NYC and SF’s music venues.