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Aileen Lee is a U.S. based seed stage investor and founder of the venture capital group Cowboy Ventures.

Lee coined the often-used Silicon Valley term unicorn in a TechCrunch article "Welcome To The Unicorn Club: Learning from Billion-Dollar Startups" as profiled in a New York Times article. A unicorn is generally defined as a privately held startup that has a $1 billion valuation – something rare (like a unicorn).

Lee joined Kleiner Perkins (KPCB) in 1999 and was the founding CEO of RMG Networks, a company backed by KPCB. Lee worked at Kleiner Perkins for 13 years and left in 2012 to start Cowboy Ventures. In 2017, Lee added Ted Wang to the firm as a general partner.

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