| Adam Dell|
| Zachary Dell|
| January 14, 1970 (age 45) (1970-01-14) Houston, Texas, U.S.|
Attorney, venture capitalist
Michael Dell (brother), Steven Dell (brother)
Michael S. Dell, Steven Dell
Lorraine Charlotte Dell, Alexander Dell
Tulane University, University of Texas School of Law
Padma Lakshmi, Michael S Dell, Theodore J Forstmann, Salman Rushdie, Jeremy Chilnick
Krishna Thea Lakshmi-Dell
Adam Dell Wikipedia
Adam R. Dell (born January 14, 1970) is an American venture capitalist and is the brother of Michael Dell, the founder of computer manufacturing company Dell Inc.
Adam Dell was born in Houston, Texas. He attended Memorial High School, Tulane University and the University of Texas School of Law.
He began his career working as a corporate attorney for Winstead Sechrest & Minick, in Austin, Texas, before joining the venture capital firm of Enterprise Partners in La Jolla, California, in 1997. He then joined Crosspoint Venture Partners, in Woodside, California where he became a partner in 1999. In 2000 he formed Impact Venture Partners, an early stage venture capital firm, in New York City. Dell is currently a Venture Partner at Austin Ventures.
During the course of his career, Dell has invested in numerous technology companies such as Hotjobs.com, which was acquired by Yahoo! in 2002; Connectify, which was acquired by Kana Software in 2000; Ingenio, which was acquired by AT&T in 2007; and OpenTable. He has founded two companies, Buzzsaw.com, which was acquired by AutoDesk in 2002, and MessageOne, which was acquired by Dell, Inc. in 2008.
Dell was a visiting professor at the University of Texas School of Law, where he taught a class on the role of law in innovation.
In October 2016, Dell launched the consumer financial app, Clarity Money. The startup, backed by George Soros and Bessemer Venture Partners, claims to "use artificial intelligence and data science to help consumers make smarter financial decisions."
Dell has a daughter, Krishna Thea Lakshmi-Dell, with Padma Lakshmi.