How rich is Ron Conway?
Ron Conway Net Worth:
|Birth date:||March 9, 1951|
|Birth place:||San Francisco, California, United States|
|Profession:||Investor, Angel investor|
|Education:||San Jose State University|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Ron Conway profiles:twitter.com/ronconway
Ron Conway wiki & biography:
Ron Conway is an American angel investor who has an estimated net worth of $1.5 billion. When he ventured to the computer business, he understood little about technology in his first entry. Yet, he still made a fortune in the business. From 1973-1979, he worked with National Semiconductor Corporation in the marketing positions. He was the CEO at Personal Training Systems (PTS) from 1991 to 1995 until it was acquired by SmartForce/SkillSoft.
Conway is the founder and managing partner of the Angel Investors LP Funds. He used to become an early stage investor in Google, Ask Jeeves, and PayPal. In 2005, Conway began as an unbiased investor. By 2006, he was already sixth spot in the Forbes Magazine Midas list of top “dealmakers.” Presently, Conway is #13. Collectively, he has more or less 650 investments. He’s additionally served/serves on the Boards/Advisory Boards for Twitter, Digg, Brightmail, Ask Jeeves, Rupture (got by EA), Associated Content (obtained by Yahoo!), Facebook, RockYou, ScanScout, Zappos, Trulia, StumbleUpon, Plaxo (got by Comcast), Photobucket (got by Fox), and Anchor Intelligence where he was a cofounder.
Ron Conway is an American angel investor, frequently described as one of the “superb angels”. Conway is recognized as a powerful networker and is based in Silicon Valley.
Conway is active in community and philanthropic activities, serving as Vice Chairman of UCSF Medical Foundation in San Francisco and also as co chair of the “Fight for Mike” Homer and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). He is also on the Benefit Committee of the Tiger Woods Foundation. In January 2012, Conway helped create a brand new tech organization initiative with Mayor Ed Lee as well as the City of San Francisco called sf.citi to promote technology jobs in the neighborhood.