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Andy Fang, Stanley Tang & Tony Xu

Co-Founders, Doordash

Andy Fang is the Chief Technical Officer and Co-founder of DoorDash, a technology company passionate about transforming local businesses and dedicated to enabling new ways of working, earning, and living. Andy leads the engineering team, and is responsible for the overall product vision, technology roadmap and architectural direction of the DoorDash platform. Andy holds a BS in Computer Science from Stanford University, where he met fellow cofounders Tony Xu and Stanley Tang whereupon the concept for DoorDash was born.



Stanley Tang is the Chief Product Officer and Co-founder where he leads DoorDash Labs in exploring robotics, autonomous systems and the future of last-mile delivery. He first got on a computer at just the tender age of 3, before beginning to start building websites for himself and his friends. Since then, he has created numerous websites, launched multiple successful products, and generated tens of thousands of dollars on the Internet. At the age of 15, Stanley brought together the world’s top Internet millionaires to bring forth their behind-the-scenes stories of how they overcame adversities and rose to the top in his book “Emillions: Behind-The-Scenes Stories of 14 Successful Internet Millionaires.”


Tony Xu is the CEO and Co-founder of DoorDash, a technology company passionate about transforming local businesses and empowering local economies. As a first-generation American who grew up working in his momʼs restaurant, Tony started DoorDash to help small business owners succeed. Prior to co-founding DoorDash, Tony worked in Product at Square, led special projects for the CEO and CFO at eBay, and began his career at McKinsey and Company. He holds a B.S. with high honors in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from UC Berkeley and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.