Christina Lee joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 2011 as the marketing and communications partner and manages all aspects of the brand from media relations, public policy, online and social media, to event strategy. Christina also provides strategic marketing and communications counsel to KPCB early- and late-stage growth companies, across digital, life sciences and green sectors. She has worked with many innovative companies in the KPCB portfolio on their media relations and go-to-market strategies, as well as reputation management around critical milestones in these companies’ life cycles, including IPOs, crisis and mergers and acquisitions.
Before joining KPCB, Christina was the first head of communications at Hulu, a digital media joint venture of NBCUniversal, News Corp. and The Walt Disney Company, serving as the company spokesperson and liaison to the press. She joined as a founding member of the executive team following Hulu's acquisition of an online video annotation service she co-founded in Beijing, China. Christina was instrumental in helping Hulu become a beloved service by its users and growing the user base to 40 million monthly users. She was also part of the small team that developed and managed Hulu’s Emmy-nominated advertising campaign that was revealed during Super Bowl XLIII. Christina began her career in product management and product marketing roles at Amazon.com, Microsoft and Microsoft China.
Christina graduated with a B.S. degree in economics and a B.A. degree in international studies from the Huntsman Program in International Studies at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business.
Outside of work, Christina and her husband have two sons, both under the age of 5. She is proficient in Mandarin Chinese and enjoys exploring adventurous cuisines.