Len Lehmann has been a Silicon Valley technology entrepreneur and investor for 30 years. Len founded three systems companies, two of which were strong financial successes. In 1982 he co-founded DigiRad Corp., a medical imaging company, and led its digital systems engineering team. In 1985, he founded GreenSpring Computers, and was its chairman until its acquisition by SBS. Greenspring produced controls for large customer-integrated embedded systems. In 1989, Len co-founded Global Village Communication and was its initial CEO. Global Village grew to over $100 million in revenue and was listed on NASDAQ.
Len was a partner of ELK Partners, from 1997 through 2007, managing a portfolio of 19 early-stage technology companies. He is a limited partner of Sequoia Capital, Sierra Ventures, ATV, and TCV. In 2000, Len co-founded Kehillah Jewish High School in Palo Alto, and served as its president from 2002 through 2004. He led a public tax-exempt bond offering for Kehillah in 2009. Len received his PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford University.
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