Yogen Dalal co-founded, and seed funded Glooko, a company focused on personalised remote patient monitoring for diabetes and other related conditions, in 2010 and currently serves on its board. He retired from Mayfield Fund in 2015 after 25 years as a venture capitalist. Prior to Mayfield, he was a founding member of two startups, Claris and Metaphor. He was an original member of the Star and Ethernet development teams at Xerox, and a co-author of the Internet’s TCP Specification in 1974 while a PhD student at Stanford.
He is currently also on the board of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. His past board services include the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, KQED, Theatreworks and Benetech. His wife Peggy and he are members of Impact Partners, an organisation that funds independent documentaries on pressing social issues.
He has a BTech from IIT Bombay and attended Mayo College in Ajmer. Yogen and Peggy live in Palo Alto, California.