Imin Lee Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Investments
  • 1
  • Portfolio
  • 1

Imin Lee General Information


Ms. Imin Lee served as Advisor at SVC Angel Fund. Ms. Lee is a Co-Founder and serves as Founding Chief Executive Officer and Strategic Consultant at AccelOps. Prior to starting AccelOps, Imin founded Protego Networks, a leading provider of Security Information Management appliances acquired by Cisco. Previously, she led the Cisco's next generation Policy Configuration Management system team, overseeing development, product specification and launch. Before Cisco, Imin held numerous technical and management positions in Bell Labs, AT&T Labs, Amerex Systems, and IBM. Imin was a professor in Guangzhou Community University, China. She holds an MS degree in Computer Science from State University of New York and a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from South China University of Technology, China. She serves as an Advisor at FileString. She is also an angel investor.

Contact Information

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • 2952 Bunker Hill Lane
  • Suite 101
  • Santa Clara, CA 95054
  • United States

Imin Lee Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
0000000000 16-Jun-2014 00000 00000 00.00 Security Services (B2B) Generating Revenue 0000 000
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Imin Lee Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Imin Lee Angel Investor 0 Santa Clara, CA
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