Undergraduate Spotlight: Davina Zamanzadeh Selected as a 2017 KPCB Engineering Fellow

We are proud to congratulate Davina J. Zamanzadeh, who joins a group of 54 students selected from close to 2500 quality applicants from across the country who will represent their universities this summer in Silicon Valley. She will represent UCSB as Engineering Fellow for 2017.

KPCB Fellows Program
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) is a U.S. venture capital firm specializing in investments in incubation, seed stage, early stage, growth capital, expansion capital, and later stage companies. The KPCB Fellows Program offers students an opportunity to gain significant work experience at Silicon Valley startups working on unique and challenging technical, design and product problems. Some of the companies that students have worked at include Airbnb, Coursera, Indiegogo, Nextdoor, Uber, Pinterest and many others. This one-of-kind and highly impactful work experience is supplemented by a summer of events hosted by KPCB Partners. Students are introduced and encouraged to learn from industry leaders like Uber’s VP of Product Jeff Holden, Handshake Co-Founder and CEO Garrett Lord, venture capital legend John Doerr and many others.