Lindsay Chambers

Lindsay Chambers' House

The daughter of the billionaire former-CEO of Cisco, John Chambers, owns this house.

Cisco has revenues of $50B and a $250B market cap as of 2019.

She is selling the home for $16.5M in 2019.

She owns many homes in the area and is an interior designer.
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@ 2019-07-10 15:23:44
The home may also belong to her brother John Jason Chambers
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@ 2019-07-10 15:28:21
The house formerly belong to Kipp Nelson

Kipp Nelson serves as a Partner at Long Arc Capital LP. He is a Member of Board of Trustees at U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation since April 2005. He also serves as the Member of Board of Directors of Robertson Stephens Wealth Management, LLC. He was a partner at Goldman, Sachs & Co. for 10 years where he was the Co-Head of the European Derivatives Business. He also worked In Hong Kong, where he Co-Headed the Fixed Income Division in Asia and Co-Managed Goldman’s Asia Distressed Debt Fund. Prior experience includes being a director with Credit Suisse First Boston and vice president at First Chicago.Mr. Nelson is a graduate of the Squaw Valley USA Academy. Mr. Nelson has been in international banking for many years including 13 in London and five in Hong Kong. He earned his B.S. in finance and an Economics minor from the University of Colorado where he competed as a ski racer. He still is an avid skier and an active racer who participates in USSA Masters competitions, the Hailey Ski Team and the local town series in Sun Valley, Idaho.