Guo becomes investor at Honolulu institution with $12B endowment
Christine Guo leaves her role investing in health care companies as a director at Wells Fargo Strategic Capital to become a limited partner.
Christine is now an investor with Kamehameha Schools. The Honolulu institution currently has an endowment of approximately $12 billion. The endowment invests globally across all asset classes.
During her two-and-a-half years at Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, Christine made balance sheet direct investments in venture capital and growth equity companies across health care sectors, including services, digital health, medical technology and biotech/pharma. Portfolio investments include Sharecare, EarlySense, Limelight Health, Cogitativo and 10x Genomics, which is publicly traded. Christine’s background also includes serving as chief of staff for Collective Health, being an associate with New Enterprise Associates and an analyst with Goldman Sachs.