Peter Lee is a Partner at Baroda Ventures and was previously an investor at Clearstone Ventures and Prism Ventures.
Prior to entering venture capital, he was the Vice President of Operations and Product Management at Goldpocket (acquired by TandbergTV), a startup developing a platform for creating, distributing and managing interactive TV digital media systems.
Earlier, Peter was a manager with McKinsey, where he focused on the digital media, consumer electronics, and internet industries. He also worked as a product manager at Microsoft in their wireless device group as well as at Virtual Ink (acquired by Newell Rubbermaid), a venture-backed startup in the consumer electronics and internet space.
Peter earned his BS and MS in engineering from MIT where he was elected into the Tau Beta Pi Honor Society and was awarded a full-tuition graduate fellowship. He also holds an MBA, with Honors, from Harvard Business School.
Peter currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and 2 boys
Baroda Ventures is a Los Angeles based venture capital firm founded in 1998 by philanthropist and technology entrepreneur David C. Bohnett, the founder of GeoCities, an Internet-based media company, publicly traded on NASDAQ and subsequently acquired by Yahoo!
We are focused on early stage venture investments (Seed and Series A) in the consumer internet, SaaS, and digital media industries ranging from $100K to $5M with a particular focus on Los Angeles and Southern California based companies.
We love working side-by-side with scrappy entrepreneurs who are passionate about building lasting businesses. We believe in the power of well designed products. We require intellectual honesty and personal integrity in our entrepreneurs. We hustle.