Katie Haun is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, where she invests in and advises tech companies from seed to later stages.
Previously, she spent a decade as a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice, focusing on fraud, cyber and corporate crime alongside agencies including the SEC, FBI and Treasury. Haun created the government's first cryptocurrency task force and led investigations into the Mt Gox hack and the corrupt agents on the Silk Road task force.
While with the U.S. Department of Justice, Haun prosecuted RICO murders, organized crime, public corruption, gangs and money laundering. She also held senior positions at Justice Department headquarters in both the National Security Division and Attorney General's office, where her portfolio included antitrust, tax and national security.
Haun serves on the boards of Coinbase and HackerOne and their audit and compensation committees. She teaches a management course at Stanford Business School and previously taught cybercrime at Stanford Law School.
While in the private sector, Haun testified on the intersection of technology and regulation before both the House and Senate.
She also clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, is an honors graduate of Stanford Law School and a lifetime member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Haun lives in San Francisco.