Jeb Miller joined Icon Ventures in 2009 as a General Partner, bringing over fifteen years of experience working with early-stage technology companies as a venture capitalist, operating executive, and investment banker. Jeb has relentless energy and is passionate about teaming with entrepreneurs to help build successful companies. He also serves as a consultant to the US Department of Defense’s Rapid Reaction Technology Office.
Jeb’s venture capital career began with Morgan Stanley Technology Ventures, a corporate venture group he co-founded in 2001. He then further developed his venture investing skills with two leading venture capital firms, three years as a Partner with ComVentures and three years as a Principal with Worldview Technology Partners. Prior to joining Icon Ventures, Jeb was with the Silicon Valley office of The Carlyle Group focused on technology investing. He also gained valuable operating experience as Managing Director of Business Development for Scient, a pioneering Internet consulting firm that helped build and launch over two dozen early internet start-ups. Jeb began his career with Morgan Stanley’s technology investment banking groups in New York, Boston, and Menlo Park. At Icon, Jeb is on the Board of Button, CloudPhysics, Duetto, Exabeam, Ripcord, Rylo, TrustArc, and TUNE, and is a Board observer at Delphix and Quizlet. Prior Icon portfolio companies include Aster Data Systems (Teradata), Inkling (Marlin), FireEye (FEYE), MoPub (Twitter), Ocarina Networks (Dell), Oodle (QVC), Origami Logic (Intuit), Pertino (Cradlepoint), Vuclip (PCCW) and WGT Sports (Topgolf).
Jeb’s past investments include AdInfuse (Velti), Innotas (Planview), IntruVert Networks (McAfee), LogLogic (TIBCO), ONStor (LSI Logic) and Rhapsody Networks (Brocade). Over the course of Jeb’s seventeen-year venture capital career, he has had the opportunity to work with over 40 start-ups. Jeb has a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Harvard College where he graduated summa cum laude and played water polo.