David Lawee is a Canadian-born entrepreneur who has had major success in the tech and investment industries.
Lawee is a ten-year Google veteran who heads Google Capital,  Google's investment arm for late-stage startups. Prior to leading Google Capital, Lawee ran Google's mergers and acquisitions (M&A) department, a position he held for five years. 
In 2008, he was given the title of Vice President of Corporate Development at Google. The position had been vacant since Salman Ullah left to form new venture fund Merus Capital.  Before that, Lawee was the VP of marketing at Google, leading consumer, B2B and channel marketing worldwide. During Lawee’s time at Google, the company has acquired approximately 100 companies. 
Before joining Google, Lawee was a founder of Xfire, a leading online gaming community, which was acquired by Viacom for $108M. He also previously co-founded three other start-ups including Mosaic Venture Partners, a leading Toronto-based venture capital firm. He began his career as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. 
Lawee's experience as a serial entrepreneur, VC and leader of Google's M&A organization, gives him a unique lens on technology growth equity investing. He is extremely well respected in Silicon Valley. It has been noted that Facebook has tried to acquire him. 
Lawee is married to Lorna Borenstein, who launched eBay Canada, was later head of Yahoo Personals, and was then president of Move Inc, the operator of Realtor.com until she resigned in March 2009.
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