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Alexia Tsotsis          

Former Co-Editor, TechCrunch; Founder of Dream Team

Alexia Bonatsos (formerly Tsotsis) is the former co-editor of TechCrunch. She attended the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA, majoring in Writing and Painting, and moved to New York City shortly after graduation to work in the media industry.

After four years of living in New York and attending courses at New York University, she returned to Los Angeles in order to continue her career in new media, first as LA Weekly’s Internet culture reporter, and then as SF Weekly’s web editor.

Before she joined TechCrunch in 2010, Alexia ran the SFweekly website from San Francisco, staying on top of the tech scene and human behavior in the digital age.

At TechCrunch, Alexia covers young companies, and has had the opportunity to interview everyone from Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom to former FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski. In 2011, Alexia made the Forbes “30 Under 30: Rising Stars of Media List.” In 2012 she was promoted to Co-EIC of TechCrunch.

In 2015, she left TechCrunch to complete an accelerated 1 year Masters in Management program at Stanford University. In late 2017 and early 2018, now using the name Bonatsos, she founded her own venture capital fund, called Dream Machine, based in San Francisco and investing in technology companies.


Opening Remarks with Alexia Tsotsis and Matthew Panzarino ...
Opening Remarks with Alexia Tsotsis and Matthew Panzarino on Disrupt New York '15 on the TechCrunch Disruptshow from TechCrunch TV.
What (Some) Silicon Valley Women Think Of Newsweek | TechCrunch
What (Some) Silicon Valley Women Think Of Newsweek. Posted Jan 29, 2015 by Alexia Tsotsis (@alexia). 3,732. SHARES. Next Story. Secret Co-Founder ...

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