MIT Corporation elects Pyze Chairman John Chisholm to serve a five year term on MIT’s board of trustees.
Chisholm earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT in 1975, and, later, an MBA from the Harvard Business School. Today he heads up John Chisholm Ventures, an entrepreneurship advisory and investment firm, and is chair of Pyze, a mobile intelligence firm.
Previously, he was founder, CEO, and chair of Decisive Technology (now Google), publisher of the first software for online surveys, and CustomerSat (now ConfirmIt), a leading provider of enterprise feedback management systems.
He is a member of the Global Partners Council of the Institute for New Economic Thinking and advises entrepreneurs through the MIT Venture Mentoring Service, the Thiel Foundation 20under20 Fellowship, and the Plug and Play Tech Center. From 2004 to 2008, he served on the visiting committee for Mathematics.
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