Daniel Levine first joined Accel in 2010. He focuses on product-first startups aimed at consumers, developers, and bottoms-up business users.
Dan led Accel's investments in Gem, Mux, Numeracy (acquired by Snowflake), ReadMe, Scale, Searchlight, Sentry, and Vercel. He also works with the teams at Bird, Checkr, Heptio (acquired by VMware), MessageBird, Rylo (acquired by VSCO), Trifacta, and others.
Dan re-joined Accel after spending time at Dropbox, where he worked on the platform team. He helped open the platform to third-party developers and launched and managed many of the company’s developer-facing initiatives. Earlier, Dan co-founded Chartio, a Y Combinator-backed (S10) startup in the data visualization space, and prior to Chartio, worked on CrunchBase at TechCrunch.
Dan is from Washington, DC and graduated from Yale.
Vehicle sharing platform for affordable, sustainable rides
All-in-one recruiting platform
Support for the Kubernetes ecosystem
Acquired by VMware
Zero friction, omnichannel communication
API-first video platform for developers
Personalized, interactive developer hubs
High-definition video video editing software and cameras
Acquired by VSCO
Data platform for AI
Reference assessment platform for finding talent
Milin Desai (CEO)
Application monitoring and error tracking software
Ryan Glasgow (CEO)
Continuous in-product user research platform
Static & JAMstack deployment solution