Michael Moritz is Chairman of Sequoia Capital. He joined Sequoia Capital in 1986 and has served on the boards of a variety of companies from inception to their emergence as global, publicly traded companies, including Flextronics, Google, PayPal and Yahoo!. He is currently a Director of 7 Customer, 6WunderKinder, GameFly, Green Dot, Instacart, Klarna, LinkedIn, POPSUGAR, Skyscanner, Strava, Stripe, Thanx, and The Melt.
Prior to joining Sequoia Capital, Moritz co-founded Technologic Partners, and was a correspondent for Time where he was the magazine’s San Francisco bureau chief. While at Time he wrote two books – “Going For Broke, The Chrysler Story,” and “The Little Kingdom, the Private Story of Apple Computer.” Moritz graduated from Christ Church, Oxford in 1976 with a M.A. in History and is an Honorary Student of the College. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, American novelist Harriet Heyman.
Speaker at Money20/20 Europe 2016