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Ann Handley

@MarketingProfs

Chief Content Officer, MarketingProfs

Ann Handley speaks and writes about how you can rethink the way your business markets. Cited in Forbes as the most influential woman in Social Media and recognized by ForbesWoman as one of the top 20 women bloggers, Ann Handley is the Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs, a training and education company with the largest community of marketers in its category. She is a monthly columnist for Entrepreneur magazine, a member of the LinkedIn Influencer program , and the co-author of the best-selling book on content marketing, Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Ebooks, Webinars (and More) That Engage Customers and Ignite Your Business.

Chris Penn

@cspenn

Vice President, Marketing, SHIFT Communications

Christopher Penn has over 16 years of marketing experience in a number of industries including student loans, email marketing and now public relations. He is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and was named a Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer by Forbes Magazine in 2012 and 2013. Chris currently serves as Vice President of Marketing Technology at SHIFT Communications. 

 

Penry Price

@PenryPrice

VP of Global Sales, Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn

Penry Price is the vice president of global sales for LinkedIn's Marketing Solutions business. In this role he oversees the large global team responsible for building the strategic partnerships necessary to raise awareness of and drive revenue for the company and its customers. His deep knowledge and passion for the advertising ecosystem plays a significant role in the transformation of LinkedIn's advertising business as it evolves into a content marketing platform for brands.

Penry joined LinkedIn from Dstillery (formerly Media6Degrees), where as President, he provided direction for the ad tech firm's partnerships and managed day-to-day revenue and marketing operations. Prior to his tenure at Dstillery, he held many top sales positions at Google. There, he led the North American Sales and Account Management teams before leading business strategy and global partnerships with advertising agencies - a part of Google's business that represented 30% of its global revenue. He ended his seven-year tenure at Google as Vice President of Global Agency Sales and Partnerships.

 

Ekaterina Walter

@Ekaterina

Business and Marketing Innovator

Ekaterina Walter  led strategic and marketing innovation for brands such as Intel and Accenture, as well as served as an advisor to a number of successful startups. She is an international speaker and author of the  Wall Street Journal bestseller "Think Like Zuck: The Five Business Secrets of Facebook's Improbably Brilliant CEO Mark Zuckerberg " and co-author of "The Power of Visual Storytelling: How to Use Visuals, Videos, and Social Media to Marketing Your Brand. "
 
Ekaterina has been consistently recognized by the industry and her peers for her innovative thinking, most recently receiving a 2013 Marketer of the Year honor (SoMe Awards) and being named #3 on The Forbes 2014 World Top 40 Social Marketing Talent. In June 2014,  Fortune magazine included her in the list of the most impactful business people on social media alongside Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Arianna Huffington, Warren Buffet, and others.

Michael Troiano

@miketrap

Chief Marketing Officer, Actifio

Mike Troiano is the Chief Marketing Officer of Actifio, a hyper-growth enterprise technology company changing the way customers around the world manage their data. He spent his early career at premiere New York ad agencies on brands including Coca-Cola, AT&T, and Taco Bell, and was named the founding CEO of Ogilvy & Mather Interactive in 1995. He later served as the president of NASDAQ-listed systems integrator Primix Solutions, and on the executive team of mobile content pioneer m-Qube from that company's inception through one of the largest Boston-based venture capital exits of 2006.

Mike is a graduate of Cornell and the Harvard Business School, a TechStars mentor, a Board Member of the New England Venture Capital Association, and a G20 LP. He serves as an advisor to several Boston startups (BostInnoDryncDunwelloIntelligent.lySmarterer) and is ranked in the top 1% of the most influential people on Twitter.

Tamsen Webster

@tamadear

Executive Producer, TEDxCambridge

Tamsen Webster is SVP of Executive Communications at Oratium, a Boston-based messaging consultancy, and Executive Producer at TEDxCambridge. She specializes in helping organizations and individuals tell the right story to the right people at the right time. An accomplished speaker, consultant, coach, and writer, Tamsen regularly presents on how to differentiate your brand, how to sell from the stage (without selling from the stage!), and how to craft messaging that resonates with your core audiences. As a retired Weight Watchers leader and newly minted marathoner, she is passionate about the power of transformative journeys.

 

David Rose

@davidrose

CEO, Ditto Labs

David Rose is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and instructor at the MIT Media Lab. His research focuses on making the physical environment an interface to digital information.  David is the CEO at Ditto Labs an image-recognition software platform which scours social media photos to find brands and products. His new book, Enchanted Objects focuses on the future of the internet of things, and how these technologies will impact the ways we live and work. Prior to Ditto, David founded and was CEO at Vitality, a company that reinvented medication packaging now distributed by CVS, Walgreens, and Express Scripts. He foundedAmbient Devices, which pioneered glanceable technology: embedding internet information in everyday objects like lamps, mirrors, and umbrellas. David holds patents for photo sharing, interactive TV, ambient information displays, and medical devices. His work has been  featured at the MoMAcovered in The New York Times, WIRED, The Economist, and parodied on the Colbert Report.

Rudina Seseri

@rudina11

Partner, Fairhaven Capital

Rudina joined Fairhaven Capital at its inception in 2007. She has led Fairhaven's investments in CrowdTwist, FashionPlaytes, and SocialFlow. She also serves as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence at the Harvard Business School.


Previously, Rudina was a Senior Manager in the Corporate Development Group at Microsoft Corporation. In this position, she was responsible for sourcing, structuring, and negotiating Microsoft's acquisitions and strategic investments including acquisitions such as iView Multimedia, Massive, DeepMetrix, and Lionhead Studios.
Prior to Microsoft, she worked as an investment banker in the Technology Group at Credit Suisse. While in investment banking, Rudina executed transactions in mergers and acquisitions and capital markets including Intersil Corp's acquisiton of Elantec Semiconductor for $1.4BN, the $1.7BN concurrent offering of equity units and common stock for Nortel Networks, the $150M convertible offering for Emcore Corp, and the $400M follow-on equity financing for Intersil Corp.


Rudina graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College with a BA in Economics and International Relations, and received her MBA from the Harvard Business School. She has been elected to the Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Epsilon honor societies.


Rudina Seseri serves as a member of the Advisory Board of L'Oreal's Women in Digital, a member of the Board of Directors of MITX, a member of the Digital Hollywood Women's Board and as a mentor for TechStars. She is also a 2011 Boston Business Journal 40-under-40 honoree for her professional accomplishments and community involvement and a 2014 Women to Watch honoree by Mass High Tech.

Jeff Janer

@jeffjaner

Co-Founder, Springpad

Jeff Janer is a two-time CEO and Board member who has held executive, business development, marketing and operations management positions in VC-backed and large enterprises since 1980, including being part of the founding team of four companies. Janer is an experienced digital technology, media and marketing executive with a proven track record of identifying and developing new opportunities and new markets.

Most recently, Jeff was co-founder and EVP, BD of Springpad, a personal assistant web and mobile app. Prior to Springpad, Janer was Chief Marketing Officer of Third Screen Media, a mobile ad network and technology platform acquired by AOL. Before joining Third Screen Media, Janer held a variety of senior executive roles at  both startup and large companies. Janer holds a BA in International Relations from Brown University.

 

Mike Proulx

@McProulx

EVP – Director of Social Media, Hill Holliday

Author, sailor, gadget geek, marketer - Mike's fascination with the future of television, connected devices, and the convergence of media has not only prompted a best-selling book, "Social TV," it's also made @McProulx one of the most respected and influential voices in the industry. He's been featured in media outlets including The New York Times, Fast Company, NPR, Forbes and BuzzFeed. He was recognized as an AdClub Media All Star in 2012, and as one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business in 2014 for his work with clients such as Dunkin' Donuts, T.J. Maxx & Marshalls, LG, VH1 and Hill Holliday's annual TVnext Summit.

Frank Gruber

@FrankGruber

CEO and co-founder, TechCocktail

FRANK GRUBER grew up in the Midwest heartland and is an entrepreneur, new media journalist, and investor. His alma maters include Purdue and Northwestern respectively. He cofounded Tech Cocktail in 2006, which has grown into a hub for the creative class, offering tech startup focused news, events, and resources. Frank has built and launched products for the masses while at AOL, Tribune, and Classified Ventures along with startup efforts like Thankfulfor, Splog Reporter, and more. As a journalist his works have been featured in a number of top media publications. He was named by Forbes as one of the most connected people in tech. Frank is also a Venture Partner with Crystal Tech Fund.

 

Jim Anderson

@jvanderson

CEO, SocialFlow

Jim Anderson has a distinguished track record in technology, with a 20-plus year career spanning the development, productization, and sale of technology solutions in both B2B and B2C environments. He has spent the past six years on the cutting edge of social media, and over that time has been helping marketers effectively use technology to power their social media efforts.

Prior to SocialFlow, Jim was Chief Operating Officer of Vitrue, where he was instrumental in building the team, the products, and the customer relationships that ultimately led to the company's acquisition by Oracle.  After the acquisition, he spent a year leading the successful integration of the Vitrue products and technology into the Oracle portfolio.

Prior to Vitrue, Jim spent nearly a decade at EarthLink/MindSpring, the consumer Internet Service Provider who helped create consumer adoption of the Internet starting in the mid-1990s.  He led the development and launch of MindSpring's first high-speed DSL offering, a business that ultimately grew to more than a million subscribers.

Jim also spent nine years in consulting, advising a variety of Fortune 500 clients on technology and business issues.  He has Bachelor's and Master's degrees in engineering from Georgia Tech.  He has three children, including one very special needs child.

David Beisel

@davidbeisel

Partner, NextView Ventures

David Beisel is a Partner at NextView Ventures, a seed-stage venture capital firm which helps Internet founders get their companies off to the best possible start. David was previously a VP at Venrock and a Principal at Masthead Venture Partners. He also co-founded Sombasa Media, an e-mail marketing company successfully acquired by About.com where David served as VP Marketing.

Scott Savitz

Founder and Managing Partner, Data Point Capital

Scott Savitz is the Founder and Managing Partner of Data Point Capital, an investment firm focused on the internet. Scott is a strong advocate of entrepreneurship and innovation, especially where it aims to raise the bar on the consumer experience. Scott is also the founder and former CEO of Shoebuy.com. Scott founded Shoebuy in 1999, and served as its CEO through its sale to IAC. Under his guidance, Shoebuy grew on average over 55% a year becoming one of the largest online retailers in the country, with over 1 million products and $3.5 billion in inventory available for sale, serving over 8 million visitors a month. Between the sale of Shoebuy in 2006 and Scott retiring from the company in 2011, Shoebuy tripled revenues and grew bottom line faster than top-line. Scott is Chairman of Smart Lunches and also serves on the boards of Kitsy Lane, Vee24, Jebbit, Bluestem Brands, and served as an Advisor for Olejo Stores (acquired by Mattress Firm) and On The Spot Systems, Inc. (acquired by Press Ganey). He also serves on several committees focused on fostering growth and a more robust economy including the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, MITX, Nantucket Conference, and Co-Chair of 12 X 12 and Mass Scale. Scott received a B.A. in English from the University of Colorado and currently resides in Boston, MA. He is a frequent industry speaker and has received numerous awards and accolades including Ernst & Young's New England Entrepreneur of the Year.

Tom Simons

Chairman, PARTNERS+simons

Tom graduated from Harvard College in 1975 (with an honors degree in Visual and Environmental Studies), educated far beyond his actual intellect. His advertising career began with his hire at Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos as a "potentially useful person."

In 1989, Tom launched PARTNERS+simons, now the largest healthcare/financial services-focused advertising and marketing services firm in New England. In 2012 PARTNERS+simons received an investment from Baird Capital Partners.

Decorated for his art direction and creative direction for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Benetton, PC WEEK, Staples, Charles Schwab & Company and New Balance Athletic Shoe among others, Tom was named to New England ADWEEK's 1992 and 1994.

On the business side of things, Tom's success with the "Hollywood Model" has attracted the attention of regional and national media, resulting in an appearance on the cover of Inc. Magazine and in the Wall Street Journal. He has published articles in The Boston Business Journal, The Advertiser and Inc Magazine.  

Tom serves as Chair of the Board at Mount Auburn Hospital, a Harvard teaching hospital in Cambridge, MA. He is a past Chair of The Ad Club Board, a former Board member of MIMC, as well as The Home For Little Wanderers. 

Ann Handley

@MarketingProfs

Chief Content Officer, MarketingProfs

Ann Handley speaks and writes about how you can rethink the way your business markets. Cited in Forbes as the most influential woman in Social Media and recognized by ForbesWoman as one of the top 20 women bloggers, Ann Handley is the Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs, a training and education company with the largest community of marketers in its category. She is a monthly columnist for Entrepreneur magazine, a member of the LinkedIn Influencer program , and the co-author of the best-selling book on content marketing, Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Ebooks, Webinars (and More) That Engage Customers and Ignite Your Business.

Ekaterina Walter

@Ekaterina

Business and Marketing Innovator

Ekaterina Walter  led strategic and marketing innovation for brands such as Intel and Accenture, as well as served as an advisor to a number of successful startups. She is an international speaker and author of the  Wall Street Journal bestseller "Think Like Zuck: The Five Business Secrets of Facebook's Improbably Brilliant CEO Mark Zuckerberg " and co-author of "The Power of Visual Storytelling: How to Use Visuals, Videos, and Social Media to Marketing Your Brand. "
 
Ekaterina has been consistently recognized by the industry and her peers for her innovative thinking, most recently receiving a 2013 Marketer of the Year honor (SoMe Awards) and being named #3 on The Forbes 2014 World Top 40 Social Marketing Talent. In June 2014,  Fortune magazine included her in the list of the most impactful business people on social media alongside Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Arianna Huffington, Warren Buffet, and others.

David Rose

@davidrose

CEO, Ditto Labs

David Rose is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and instructor at the MIT Media Lab. His research focuses on making the physical environment an interface to digital information.  David is the CEO at Ditto Labs an image-recognition software platform which scours social media photos to find brands and products. His new book, Enchanted Objects focuses on the future of the internet of things, and how these technologies will impact the ways we live and work. Prior to Ditto, David founded and was CEO at Vitality, a company that reinvented medication packaging now distributed by CVS, Walgreens, and Express Scripts. He foundedAmbient Devices, which pioneered glanceable technology: embedding internet information in everyday objects like lamps, mirrors, and umbrellas. David holds patents for photo sharing, interactive TV, ambient information displays, and medical devices. His work has been  featured at the MoMAcovered in The New York Times, WIRED, The Economist, and parodied on the Colbert Report.

Mike Proulx

@McProulx

EVP – Director of Social Media, Hill Holliday

Author, sailor, gadget geek, marketer - Mike's fascination with the future of television, connected devices, and the convergence of media has not only prompted a best-selling book, "Social TV," it's also made @McProulx one of the most respected and influential voices in the industry. He's been featured in media outlets including The New York Times, Fast Company, NPR, Forbes and BuzzFeed. He was recognized as an AdClub Media All Star in 2012, and as one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business in 2014 for his work with clients such as Dunkin' Donuts, T.J. Maxx & Marshalls, LG, VH1 and Hill Holliday's annual TVnext Summit.

David Beisel

@davidbeisel

Partner, NextView Ventures

David Beisel is a Partner at NextView Ventures, a seed-stage venture capital firm which helps Internet founders get their companies off to the best possible start. David was previously a VP at Venrock and a Principal at Masthead Venture Partners. He also co-founded Sombasa Media, an e-mail marketing company successfully acquired by About.com where David served as VP Marketing.

Chris Penn

@cspenn

Vice President, Marketing, SHIFT Communications

Christopher Penn has over 16 years of marketing experience in a number of industries including student loans, email marketing and now public relations. He is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and was named a Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer by Forbes Magazine in 2012 and 2013. Chris currently serves as Vice President of Marketing Technology at SHIFT Communications. 

 

Michael Troiano

@miketrap

Chief Marketing Officer, Actifio

Mike Troiano is the Chief Marketing Officer of Actifio, a hyper-growth enterprise technology company changing the way customers around the world manage their data. He spent his early career at premiere New York ad agencies on brands including Coca-Cola, AT&T, and Taco Bell, and was named the founding CEO of Ogilvy & Mather Interactive in 1995. He later served as the president of NASDAQ-listed systems integrator Primix Solutions, and on the executive team of mobile content pioneer m-Qube from that company's inception through one of the largest Boston-based venture capital exits of 2006.

Mike is a graduate of Cornell and the Harvard Business School, a TechStars mentor, a Board Member of the New England Venture Capital Association, and a G20 LP. He serves as an advisor to several Boston startups (BostInnoDryncDunwelloIntelligent.lySmarterer) and is ranked in the top 1% of the most influential people on Twitter.

Rudina Seseri

@rudina11

Partner, Fairhaven Capital

Rudina joined Fairhaven Capital at its inception in 2007. She has led Fairhaven's investments in CrowdTwist, FashionPlaytes, and SocialFlow. She also serves as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence at the Harvard Business School.


Previously, Rudina was a Senior Manager in the Corporate Development Group at Microsoft Corporation. In this position, she was responsible for sourcing, structuring, and negotiating Microsoft's acquisitions and strategic investments including acquisitions such as iView Multimedia, Massive, DeepMetrix, and Lionhead Studios.
Prior to Microsoft, she worked as an investment banker in the Technology Group at Credit Suisse. While in investment banking, Rudina executed transactions in mergers and acquisitions and capital markets including Intersil Corp's acquisiton of Elantec Semiconductor for $1.4BN, the $1.7BN concurrent offering of equity units and common stock for Nortel Networks, the $150M convertible offering for Emcore Corp, and the $400M follow-on equity financing for Intersil Corp.


Rudina graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College with a BA in Economics and International Relations, and received her MBA from the Harvard Business School. She has been elected to the Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Epsilon honor societies.


Rudina Seseri serves as a member of the Advisory Board of L'Oreal's Women in Digital, a member of the Board of Directors of MITX, a member of the Digital Hollywood Women's Board and as a mentor for TechStars. She is also a 2011 Boston Business Journal 40-under-40 honoree for her professional accomplishments and community involvement and a 2014 Women to Watch honoree by Mass High Tech.

Frank Gruber

@FrankGruber

CEO and co-founder, TechCocktail

FRANK GRUBER grew up in the Midwest heartland and is an entrepreneur, new media journalist, and investor. His alma maters include Purdue and Northwestern respectively. He cofounded Tech Cocktail in 2006, which has grown into a hub for the creative class, offering tech startup focused news, events, and resources. Frank has built and launched products for the masses while at AOL, Tribune, and Classified Ventures along with startup efforts like Thankfulfor, Splog Reporter, and more. As a journalist his works have been featured in a number of top media publications. He was named by Forbes as one of the most connected people in tech. Frank is also a Venture Partner with Crystal Tech Fund.

 

Scott Savitz

Founder and Managing Partner, Data Point Capital

Scott Savitz is the Founder and Managing Partner of Data Point Capital, an investment firm focused on the internet. Scott is a strong advocate of entrepreneurship and innovation, especially where it aims to raise the bar on the consumer experience. Scott is also the founder and former CEO of Shoebuy.com. Scott founded Shoebuy in 1999, and served as its CEO through its sale to IAC. Under his guidance, Shoebuy grew on average over 55% a year becoming one of the largest online retailers in the country, with over 1 million products and $3.5 billion in inventory available for sale, serving over 8 million visitors a month. Between the sale of Shoebuy in 2006 and Scott retiring from the company in 2011, Shoebuy tripled revenues and grew bottom line faster than top-line. Scott is Chairman of Smart Lunches and also serves on the boards of Kitsy Lane, Vee24, Jebbit, Bluestem Brands, and served as an Advisor for Olejo Stores (acquired by Mattress Firm) and On The Spot Systems, Inc. (acquired by Press Ganey). He also serves on several committees focused on fostering growth and a more robust economy including the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, MITX, Nantucket Conference, and Co-Chair of 12 X 12 and Mass Scale. Scott received a B.A. in English from the University of Colorado and currently resides in Boston, MA. He is a frequent industry speaker and has received numerous awards and accolades including Ernst & Young's New England Entrepreneur of the Year.

Penry Price

@PenryPrice

VP of Global Sales, Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn

Penry Price is the vice president of global sales for LinkedIn's Marketing Solutions business. In this role he oversees the large global team responsible for building the strategic partnerships necessary to raise awareness of and drive revenue for the company and its customers. His deep knowledge and passion for the advertising ecosystem plays a significant role in the transformation of LinkedIn's advertising business as it evolves into a content marketing platform for brands.

Penry joined LinkedIn from Dstillery (formerly Media6Degrees), where as President, he provided direction for the ad tech firm's partnerships and managed day-to-day revenue and marketing operations. Prior to his tenure at Dstillery, he held many top sales positions at Google. There, he led the North American Sales and Account Management teams before leading business strategy and global partnerships with advertising agencies - a part of Google's business that represented 30% of its global revenue. He ended his seven-year tenure at Google as Vice President of Global Agency Sales and Partnerships.

 

Tamsen Webster

@tamadear

Executive Producer, TEDxCambridge

Tamsen Webster is SVP of Executive Communications at Oratium, a Boston-based messaging consultancy, and Executive Producer at TEDxCambridge. She specializes in helping organizations and individuals tell the right story to the right people at the right time. An accomplished speaker, consultant, coach, and writer, Tamsen regularly presents on how to differentiate your brand, how to sell from the stage (without selling from the stage!), and how to craft messaging that resonates with your core audiences. As a retired Weight Watchers leader and newly minted marathoner, she is passionate about the power of transformative journeys.

 

Jeff Janer

@jeffjaner

Co-Founder, Springpad

Jeff Janer is a two-time CEO and Board member who has held executive, business development, marketing and operations management positions in VC-backed and large enterprises since 1980, including being part of the founding team of four companies. Janer is an experienced digital technology, media and marketing executive with a proven track record of identifying and developing new opportunities and new markets.

Most recently, Jeff was co-founder and EVP, BD of Springpad, a personal assistant web and mobile app. Prior to Springpad, Janer was Chief Marketing Officer of Third Screen Media, a mobile ad network and technology platform acquired by AOL. Before joining Third Screen Media, Janer held a variety of senior executive roles at  both startup and large companies. Janer holds a BA in International Relations from Brown University.

 

Jim Anderson

@jvanderson

CEO, SocialFlow

Jim Anderson has a distinguished track record in technology, with a 20-plus year career spanning the development, productization, and sale of technology solutions in both B2B and B2C environments. He has spent the past six years on the cutting edge of social media, and over that time has been helping marketers effectively use technology to power their social media efforts.

Prior to SocialFlow, Jim was Chief Operating Officer of Vitrue, where he was instrumental in building the team, the products, and the customer relationships that ultimately led to the company's acquisition by Oracle.  After the acquisition, he spent a year leading the successful integration of the Vitrue products and technology into the Oracle portfolio.

Prior to Vitrue, Jim spent nearly a decade at EarthLink/MindSpring, the consumer Internet Service Provider who helped create consumer adoption of the Internet starting in the mid-1990s.  He led the development and launch of MindSpring's first high-speed DSL offering, a business that ultimately grew to more than a million subscribers.

Jim also spent nine years in consulting, advising a variety of Fortune 500 clients on technology and business issues.  He has Bachelor's and Master's degrees in engineering from Georgia Tech.  He has three children, including one very special needs child.

Tom Simons

Chairman, PARTNERS+simons

Tom graduated from Harvard College in 1975 (with an honors degree in Visual and Environmental Studies), educated far beyond his actual intellect. His advertising career began with his hire at Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos as a "potentially useful person."

In 1989, Tom launched PARTNERS+simons, now the largest healthcare/financial services-focused advertising and marketing services firm in New England. In 2012 PARTNERS+simons received an investment from Baird Capital Partners.

Decorated for his art direction and creative direction for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Benetton, PC WEEK, Staples, Charles Schwab & Company and New Balance Athletic Shoe among others, Tom was named to New England ADWEEK's 1992 and 1994.

On the business side of things, Tom's success with the "Hollywood Model" has attracted the attention of regional and national media, resulting in an appearance on the cover of Inc. Magazine and in the Wall Street Journal. He has published articles in The Boston Business Journal, The Advertiser and Inc Magazine.  

Tom serves as Chair of the Board at Mount Auburn Hospital, a Harvard teaching hospital in Cambridge, MA. He is a past Chair of The Ad Club Board, a former Board member of MIMC, as well as The Home For Little Wanderers. 

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