Welcome to the Road to Success, highlighting the performance and heritage of prominent venture capitalists and engineers from the legendary Sand Hill Road.
Managing Partner
Norwest Venture Partners

Born in India, Promod Haque moved to the U.S. to earn a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Northwestern University. At that time, he had only one asset: A $4,000 loan from his father. “I knew that at the end of the first year if I didn’t make enough progress, I would be out of cash,” he has said. That experience helped him understand the plight of startups everywhere…click here to read more about Promod Haque

General Partner
Greylock Partners
No list of prominent venture capitalists would be complete without David Strohm, a general partner with Greylock Partners for more than two decades. Strohm led the firm's involvement with companies such as Mentor Graphics, ccMail and Forte Software…click here to read more about David Strohm

Managing Partner
Crosspoint Venture Partners
Through his career at Crosspoint Venture Partners, Seth Neiman has helped create more than a dozen communications-oriented start ups. His investing focus is network equipment, optical systems, and broadband enabled service businesses…click here to read more about Seth Neiman
Venture Capitalist

As an entrepreneur in the mid-1970s, Roger Evans focused his attention on technological breakthroughs in communications hardware, software, systems and services-and continued his focus on these areas after joining Greylock Partners in 1989. His investment in Ascend Communications in San Francisco proved to be one of Greylock's most successful ventures after it was sold to Lucent Technologies...click here to read more about Roger Evans
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