Justin Overdorff

Justin Overdorff

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Justin Overdorff is a Partner leading the fintech practice at Lightspeed Venture Partners. He is a business development and product strategy executive specializing in early-stage advising and angel investing in the fintech space. He partners with those who are building new products that create entirely new markets. He understands the true value of innovation and how it can serve as a big push for change. A common theme throughout his career is an appetite for risk and taking on challenges.

Professional Experience

Academic History


Bank of America

  • Analyzed collateral in the execution of $16 billion in mortgage-backed securitizations.
  • Built an extensive pricing model.
  • Created presentations and analytics for clients detailing innovative options that generated over $2 billion in new commitments.

Summit Partners


  • Worked with about a dozen start-ups simultaneously to help evaluate investments and execute business development deals.
  • Built strategic partnerships and executed business ent deals for companies in the accelerator program.
  • Helped companies refine business models and strategies to roll out products.
  • Developed operational analytics and dashboard metrics to measure the businesses going forward.
  • Managed mentor and community relationships for companies.

  • Incubated and launched a data licensing business that eventually grew to $30 million in revenue per year.

      • Worked on various corporate development initiatives including partnerships and acquisitions.
      • Executed key partnerships with Amazon, Samsung, Nokia, and T-Mobile. 
      • Led mobile business development strategy and partnerships.


      • Led a small team that incubated Stripe Capital from what began as an internal memo to the initial product launch.

      • Built a team of partnership professionals that executed some of Stripe's largest and most profitable strategic partnerships, including relationships with WooCommerce, Xero, Amazon, and Facebook.