Christine Guo

Investor, Kamehameha Schools

Christine is an investor with Kamehameha Schools, a ~$15B endowment based in Hawaii, established by Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop for the education of people of Hawaiian ancestry over 130 years ago. Today, Kamehameha Schools is the largest K-12 educational system in US, supporting 50,000 learners annually. Prior to joining Kamehameha Schools, Christine was a healthcare venture and growth equity investor with Wells Fargo Strategic Capital (Merchant Banking Division) and New Enterprise Associates. Christine is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Business School.