Karen Appleton Page

Karen Appleton Page

Venture Partner XFund

Karen Appleton Page is an entrepreneur, advisor, investor and board member at multiple companies.

Karen worked at Apple on the enterprise team, leading the commercial channel, strategic partners, the Mobility Partner Program and Industry. She was one of the earliest employees (#7) and a founding executive at Box, leading go-to-market activities, defining Box's approach growth, cultivating customer and partner engagement, strategic initiatives, international expansion and founding Box.org.

She is a Venture Partner with XFund, on the board of Plastiq and Pickit, and a trustee at the Computer History Museum, Thorn, and The Newseum. She is a member of the Dean's Advisory Council at The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, and a member of MIT's Solve. Karen's angel investments include Werk, Glassbreakers, Elliot, Strype and Wonderful Life. She is an adviser to D4DT, Allbound, Accompany (sold to Cisco), Bridgecrest Medical (sold), and InstaEDU (sold to Chegg).