Megan Holston-Alexander is a partner at Andreessen Horowitz where she manages the firm’s Cultural Leadership Fund (CLF). CLF’s mission is to connect the world’s greatest cultural leaders--including the fund’s all-African American Limited Partners--to the best new technology companies, and engage, empower, and elevate Black builders, shapers, and creators on their journey towards excellence in the technology industry. Prior to joining a16z in 2020, Megan was a consumer investor and founding team member at Unusual Ventures. While there she spearheaded the creation and management of the Unusual Academy Program and HBCU Engineering Interns Program. Throughout Megan’s early career, she spent time in the nonprofit world supporting research, lecturing on quantitative/qualitative research methods, sociology, and statistics at San Jose State University, and managing the All Stars Helping Kids’ nonprofit incubator. While later pursuing her MBA, Megan worked at venture capital firms Foundation Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners, among others.