Mary Meeker is a venture capitalist and former Wall Street securities analyst. She is a former partner at the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.Her primary work is on Internet and new technologies. Meeker is often credited for her comprehensive, rapid fire, annual Internet industry overviews at the Web 2.0 conferences in San Francisco each autumn.Meeker’s career began in 1982 when she joined Merrill Lynch as a stockbroker. After graduate school, she began as an analyst covering the technology sector at Salomon Brothers in 1986. She worked for Cowen from 1990-1991 before moving to Morgan Stanley to specialize in covering the personal computer and consumer software industries.In December 2010 Meeker left her position as a managing director at Morgan Stanley and head of the bank’s global technology research team to become a partner at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, where she has participated in over 20 different deals. Meeker served on the boards of electronic signature provider DocuSign and Peer-to-peer lending company Lending Club.In 2014, she was listed as the 77th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes.Meeker published her first internet trends report in 1995, when she was an analyst at Morgan Stanley. At the time, she was one of the most closely followed internet analysts on Wall Street. Meeker split with Silicon Valley investing giant Kleiner Perkins after eight years to start a new shop called Bond Capital. Meeker’s Kleiner team invested in tech companies like Facebook, Spotify, Square, Twitter and Snap, Slack and Uber. At Bond, she is invested in some of the same companies.Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Mary Meeker and other top speakers and celebrities.