Christine Keung is a Venture Partner at J2 Ventures. Her career spans the public and private sector, having worked in federal, state, and municipal government, served in leadership roles at high-growth technology companies like Dropbox and Figma, and held investment roles at Bridgewater Associates, Atomic VC, and a single-family office. Christine is a U.S. Department of State Fulbright Scholar, Tech Policy fellow at the Aspen Institute, and a member of Schmidt Futures’ International Strategy Forum.
At the start of the pandemic, Christine joined a COVID-19 taskforce at the U.S. Small Business Administration to launch the Paycheck Protection Program, which deployed $800 billion in low-interest uncollateralized loans to small businesses. She then served the City of San Jose as Chief Data Officer, where she raised over $1 million of City budget and philanthropic dollars to improve City services through data analytics. After co-authoring the Harvard Business School case study on the opioid epidemic, she advises senior leaders in the state of West Virginia and has presented policy recommendations to the State Senate.
Christine began her career as an early member of Dropbox’s security team, working on emergent issues around data regulation and privacy, and as Chief of Staff, serving as operational lead of the company’s legal, policy, and security org. She has trained security professionals through the SANS Institute and has published research with Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Most recently, she helped build and scale Found Health through 10x growth and two rounds of funding. Found has raised >$100 million in venture funding and is the largest obesity telemedicine clinic in the U.S.
As a Fulbright Scholar, Christine engaged the U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus, Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and the World Health Organization on public health challenges in rural Western China. She is the youngest person to win the Rolex Awards for Enterprise and in 2017, was recognized as a Next Generation Leader by TIME Magazine for her work in China.
Christine holds a B.A. from Wellesley College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.