Gina Bianchini

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Gina Bianchini
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Born 1972
Nationality United States
Alma mater Stanford University
Known for founder of Ning

Gina Bianchini was CEO of Ning, which she co-founded with Marc Andreessen. Since leaving Ning in March 2010, she has been an executive in residence at the Andreesen Horowitz venture firm.[1]

In September 2011, Bianchini became head of a privately funded Palo Alto start-up MightyBell.[2] Additionally in 2011, Bianchini became an angel investor in Levo League along with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.[3]

Prior to Ning, Bianchini was co-founder and president of Harmonic Communications which was acquired by Dentsu. She has also held positions at CKS Group and Goldman Sachs & Co..[4]

She graduated in 1994 from Stanford University and has also been featured on the cover of Fortune magazine.[5]


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