Andrew Chung

Partner, 1955 Capital

Andrew is a thought leader in U.S.-China cross-border collaboration in innovative technologies. He founded 1955 Capital to invest in technology from the Americas and Europe that have the potential to solve the most pressing problems in China, India, and the developing world.

Prior to founding 1955 Capital, Andrew was a general partner at Khosla Ventures where he focused on transformative companies in the areas of sustainability (energy, food, agriculture), education, health, and other emerging technologies. Andrew was one of six partners who managed the firm and served as a director on the boards of Ambri (grid storage), BioConsortia (agriculture), Cogenra (solar), Ecomotors (efficient engines), Lanzatech (carbon mitigation, bioenergy), LS9 (bioenergy) [acquired by REGI], Pellion (batteries), Stion (solar), and Wattpad (mobile web).