Chip currently serves as co-founder and co-CEO of Building 21, a nonprofit organization that partners with communities, families, students, educators, and school districts to design, open and operate innovative new schools and related programs across the country. Prior to Building 21, Chip spent 20 years at New Enterprise Associates, the largest venture capital firm in the world, where he co-headed its Global Healthcare Investing Practice and helped to launch companies that have created thousands of jobs and today account for over $5 billion in sales. In 1997, Chip cofounded an educational nonprofit, the SMART Program, which provides socioeconomically disadvantaged children in San Francisco with life-changing educational opportunities. Chip holds a bachelor's degree in government and a doctorate in educational leadership from Harvard University.

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