Director of eHealth and Life Sciences, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
Glen Comiso is the Director of eHealth and Life Sciences at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MTC).
is responsible for overseeing the Massachusetts Life Sciences Collaborative comprised of leaders from the Massachusetts "Life Sciences Super Cluster" with the mission to develop and push forward strategic action to solidify and grow the Commonwealth's leadership position.
Additionally, Mr. Comiso
has been involved in launching the Massachusetts e-Health Institute
, a division of the MTC
with the mission to push forward the adoption and networking of an Electronic Health Record systems in the Commonwealth.
Previous to joining the MTC, Mr. Comiso was the Deputy Director for Economic Initiatives at the Boston Redevelopment Authority.
In this capacity, Mr. Comiso
developed and executed Mayor Menino's
LifeTech Boston initiative focused on the economic growth of Boston's biotech sector.
Additionally, Mr. Comiso
helped develop and run several of the City's
key economic programs including their young professional, retail, manufacturing and creative industry initiatives.
Previous to the BRA, Mr. Comiso was a Project Manager at the Boston Consulting Group in their Boston office.
In 2002, he
was selected to be a part of the prestigious BCG Ambassador Program resulting in a year assignment in their Paris office.
He was a member of both their Health Care and Technology Practices, and led dozens of projects ranging from strategy development for large Fortune 500 companies to being a part of the launch team for a start-up technology company.
Previous to BCG, Mr. Comiso was a Project Manager and Staff Engineer at Motorola, Inc. in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he led a cross-functional team of engineers to develop the successful multi-million dollar TAMER program for the Department of Defense.
Mr. Comiso received his Masters of Business Administration from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.
In 2005, Mr. Comiso
was selected as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Leaders by the Boston Jaycees
, and in 2006, Mr. Comiso
was chosen as one of the forty top business professionals under the age of forty by the Boston Business Journal
is a leader in his
church and enjoys swing dancing, cycling and roller-blading.
Glen lives in Quincy with his
wife Cynthia and daughters, Sophia and Tiffany.