Dylan Steeg Director & Kauffman Fellow
Dylan Steeg is currently a Director and Kauffman Fellow at Intel Capital, the corporation’s global venture capital organization. Dylan is responsible for several cleantech sectors including Photovoltaics, Smart Grid (Demand Response, Storage, Security), and Datacenter Energy Efficiency, as well as support for Intel Labs activities in next generation information technology. Dylan previously worked in Intel Capital’s Portfolio Management organization, where he managed sell-side M&A’s, IPO’s and private placements.
Prior to Intel Capital, Dylan was a Process and Metrology Engineer within Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing organization, leading the development of processes and manufacturing equipment which then proliferated throughout Intel’s global fab network. Dylan’s projects included the development of fully automated metrology systems to monitor the quality of Intel products throughout the manufacturing line, and several elements of Intel’s flip chip assembly line.
Dylan received a BS in mechanical engineering from Boston University and a MBA in finance from the Columbia Business School. Dylan is an active alumnus in the admissions process at both of his alma maters.
Outside of work, Dylan is a member of the Fremont Unified School District Financial Advisory Committee, advising the Board of Education on financial and budgetary matters.
About Intel Capital
Intel Capital is a venture capital and private equity arm of Intel Corp. specializing in seed, startup, early venture, mid venture, late venture, middle market, and mature investments in technology companies worldwide. It focuses on both established and new technologies that help to develop industry standard solutions, drive global Internet growth, facilitate new usage models, and advance the computing and communications platforms. The firm also focuses on hardware, software, and services companies targeting enterprise, home, mobility, health, consumer Internet, semiconductor manufacturing, and cleantech sectors including computing, networking, and wireless communications. For cleantech investments it focuses on energy generation and storage, transportation, consumption, transmission, and distributions. It seeks to invest in United States, Russia, CIS countries, emerging markets, Middle East, Turkey, Africa, India, Europe, and Israel. The firm leads the majority of investments, participates on boards, and collaborates with the investment community at large. Intel Capital was founded in 1991 and is based in Santa Clara, California with additional offices across the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.