MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc., announces Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau as President. Bramson-Boudreau is also the chief operating officer of MIT Technology Review, a digitally-oriented media company founded by MIT.
“MIT Enterprise Forum is a global community of entrepreneurs with a vision to build a better world by accelerating the creation and growth of world-class technology companies,” said Bramson-Boudreau. “I am inspired by the opportunities to work together and collaborate on this goal.”
At MIT Technology Review Bramson-Boudreau has overall operational responsibility for new and existing programs and integrated product development efforts, providing leadership for the strategic planning process. She has spent nearly 20 years building and running teams in world-leading media companies. With her specialized knowledge about how media companies are commercializing content in new ways to appeal to discerning, demanding consumer and B2B audiences, Bramson-Boudreau will lead MIT Enterprise Forum’s strategy with a focus on programming.
“We are thrilled to have Elizabeth join MIT Enterprise Forum,” said Jason Pontin, chairman of MIT Enterprise Forum and CEO, editor in chief, and publisher of MIT Technology Review. “She is an insightful leader with a wealth of experience and will be a great asset to the future development of the organization.”
Elizabeth holds an executive MBA from the London Business School, an MSc from the London School of Economics, and a bachelor’s degree from Swarthmore College.
About MIT Enterprise Forum
MIT Enterprise Forum is a global nonprofit dedicated to informing, connecting, and coaching technology entrepreneurs—enabling them to rapidly transform ideas into world-changing companies. We are a global network of local organizations, inspired by MIT, and open to the world. MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that is managed by MIT Technology Review, MIT’s independent media company.