MIT Enterprise Forum CEE is proud to announce our new Advisory Board, designed to help grow our global innovation ecosystem and bring us even closer to the MIT network within the CEE region and worldwide.
“The startup world is one that thrives on connections. We’ve always known that the right mentorship can rapidly accelerate a startup’s success, in turn bringing their innovation and impact into the world much more quickly. With our new Advisory Board, we’ve empowered some of our brightest and most experienced members to further bring the world together.” – Magdalena Jabłońska, CEO at MIT Enterprise Forum CEE
The Advisory Board will be headed by MIT alumni, which currently has three members:
Adam de Sola Pool – an experienced VC, Angel investor and former-CEO, Adam brings expertise in both mentorship and entrepreneurship. Currently working as a partner in the Clean Energy Venture Group, among other positions, his unique insights on both sides make him a key member of the council. He further specializes in clean energy, water and ocean technology companies.
Aleksander Kacprzyk – as co-founder and managing partner of Resource Partners, CEE’s first and only consumer focused private equity fund, Aleksander is well versed in the nature of investments and business leadership. Over the last 20 years, he’s sat on key investment committee’s and served as director in numerous organisations, including McKinsey & Co.
Mateusz Mościcki – with vast experience in management consulting, technology, public sector and financial service industries, Mateusz’s background makes him an ideal fit for any corner of innovation. What’s more, with experience working across four continents, Mateusz’s global perspective will help us achieve an even more connected ecosystem, connecting founders, mentors and startups around the world.
The Advisory Board is still in its early days, but it will support MIT EF CEE in its continued quest to bring mentors, partners, startups and innovation leaders together, creating a better world based on impactful innovation.