Send In Your Questions For Ask A VC With Spark Capital’s Bijan Sabet And Trinity Ventures’ Patricia Nakache

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This week on TechCrunch TV’s Ask A VC show, we are fortunate to have two guests in the studio—Spark Capital’s Bijan Sabet and Trinity Ventures’ Patricia Nakache. You can submit questions for our guests either in the comments or here and we’ll ask them during the show.

Sabet was an early investor in Twitter (Spark Capital, which just raised a new fund earlier this year, backed Twitter in 2008) and served on the company’s board from 2008 to 2011. Sabet also led investments in Tumblr (acquired by Yahoo), Jelly, Stack Exchange, RunKeeper, Foursquare, Boxee (acquired by Samsung), OMGPOP (acquired by Zynga) and thePlatform (acquired by Comcast).

Prior to joining Spark, Sabet was Senior Vice President, Corporate Development at GameLogic (acquired by Scientific Games Corp) after serving as an EIR at Charles River Ventures.

patricia_nakache_7446-1_smallNakache, who focuses on investments in digital media and internet services, joined Trinity in 1999. She previously worked at McKinsey as a consultant helping companies in technology, financial services and retail to address their strategic and operational issues. Her current portfolio of companies include Beachmint, Care.com, Kixeye, InfoArmy and others.

Please send us your questions for Sabet and Nakache here or put them in the comments below!