Silicon Valley's youngest venture capitalist now teaching class at Stanford

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An amazing woman graduated early from Stanford and now she's back on campus teaching.

Ernestine Fu was declared Silicon Valley's youngest venture capitalist and now, she's on a mission to change how people use apps.

In Stanford classroom, it's the best of the best, like Fu, who while still in college, joined the venture capital firm that bankrolled Twitch and PokemonGo. And she's not attending the class.

After graduating early a few years ago she's back teaching Stanford engineers to build companies, while building one of her own. Watch the video above for Jonathan Bloom's full report.
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