Diversity

Our firm, the VC industry as well as the tech industry, has more work to do when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Diversity is a fundamental KPCB value, and being open about where we are is a critical step in getting us to where we want to be.

Gender

Women
Men

Fellows 2017

Men 51%
Women 49%

Fellows 2016

Men 69%
Women 31%

Fellows 2015

Men 68%
Women 32%

Fellows 2014

Men 76%
Women 24%

Fellows 2013

Men 90%
Women 10%

Fellows 2012

Men 95%
Women 5%

Ethnicity

Black
Hispanic
White
Asian
Other
Two or more

Fellows 2017

Black 4.48%
Hispanic 2.99%
White 20.9%
Asian 64.2%
Other 2.99%
Two or more 4.48%

Fellows 2016

Black 0.0%
Hispanic 3.39%
White 32.2%
Asian 62.71%
Other 0.0%
Two or more 1.69%

Fellows 2015

Black 1.41%
Hispanic 2.82%
White 32.39%
Asian 47.89%
Other 2.82%
Two or more 12.68%

Fellows 2014

Black 0.0%
Hispanic 2.63%
White 36.84%
Asian 50.0%
Other 2.63%
Two or more 7.89%

Fellows 2013

Black 6.67%
Hispanic 0%
White 40.0%
Asian 40.0%
Other 3.33%
Two or more 10.0%

Fellows 2012

Black 0%
Hispanic 0%
White 57.89%
Asian 42.11%
Other 0%
Two or more 0%

* Percentages are based on those who responded, self-identified

* This is not based on EEO-1 reports; however, ethnicity refers to the EEO-1 categories which we know are imperfect categorizations of race and ethnicity, but reflect the U.S. government reporting requirements.