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MIT Venture Mentoring Service Donors

The MIT Venture Mentoring Service is pleased to recognize the financial support of our mentors and friends for Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016).

  • Eugene Achter
  • Jerry Ackerman
  • Henry Ancona
  • Anonymous
  • Thomas Barocci
  • Gordon Baty
  • Stephen Bayle
  • Afarin Bellisario
  • Jeffrey Bernstein
  • Vivian Bolt
  • Kerry Bowie
  • David Brown and
  • Trish Fleming
  • Gregg Brown
  • Bernice Broyde
  • Cary Bullock
  • Karl Buttner
  • Charles Cameron
  • Aliki Collins
  • Marcus Dahllof
  • Richard Dana
  • Alan deLespinasse
  • Alec Dingee and
  • Susan Gray
  • Athanasios Dousis
  • Kyri Dunussi
  • Ralf Faber
  • Ardeshir Falaki
  • Marco Farsheed
  • Michael Feldstein
  • Nitzan Gadish
  • Geoffrey Gill
  • Louis Goldish
  • Robert Goodof
  • Robert Gottlieb
  • Jonathan Green and
  • Jennifer Stone
  • Sherwin and
  • Vivian Greenblatt
  • Louis Gudema
  • Adi Guzdar
  • Joseph Hadzima
  • Alain Hanover
  • James Harrison
  • Paul Hartung
  • Thomas Hennessey
  • James Herriman
  • Kathleen Huber
  • Catherine Iacobo
  • Arnold Judson
  • Robert Karp and
  • Andrea Schievella
  • Jonathan Katz
  • James Kemler
  • Kent-Lucas Foundation
  • Robert Kessler
  • Robert Kiburz
  • Charles Kiefer
  • David King
  • Aaron Kleiner
  • Curt Kohlberg
  • Lawrence Krakauer
  • Thomas Lancaster
  • Gene Landy
  • Eric and Yolanda Lau
  • Oscar Lazaro
  • Hikyu Lee
  • Howard Levin
  • Nancy Levy
  • Roman Lubynsky and
  • Karen Golz
  • George Mabry, Jr.
  • David Manns
  • Walter Massenburg
  • Liana Metzger
  • John Miller
  • Peter Miller
  • Jean Montagu
  • John T. O’Donnell
  • Bruce Osterling
  • Peter Quigley
  • Thomas Rarich
  • Neil Rasmussen
  • Daniel and Kate Relihan
  • Peter Rosenblum
  • Daniel Ross
  • Ernest Sabine
  • Samuel Schaevitz
  • Ronald Scharlack
  • Henriette Schoen
  • Richard Scott
  • Donald Shobrys and
  • Carol Aronson
  • Frank and Mimi Slaughter
  • Stephen Smith
  • Joseph Soussou
  • Robert Stearns
  • Donald Steinbrecher and
  • Rochelle Robbins
  • Kent Summers
  • Howard Sumner
  • Bruce Sunstein
  • Jessamy Tang and
  • John Blascovich
  • Carol Todreas
  • William Townsend
  • John Turner
  • and Tee Taggart
  • Pierre Villeneuve
  • Xuntao Wang
  • John Wasserlein and
  • Luci Braun
  • David Wilson
  • Charles Yie
  • Charles and
  • Margaret Ziering
  • Todd Zion

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Did you know that the MIT Venture Mentoring Service relies almost entirely on private donations? With your generous financial support, you will join those who have shown their commitment to helping VMS educate MIT's emerging entrepreneurs. Click here to donate online.

Donor Spotlight - Kathleen Huber

Kathleen is an entrepreneur, startup founder and advisor, philanthropist, and computer networking specialist. She was co-founder and CEO of Pico Innovation (now Tiga Energy Services) and Silver Beech Networks, and co-founder and VP for business development for Iron Bridge Networks. As a volunteer leader, she is currently co-chair of the Lahey Hospital Women’s Leadership Council, and has been president of First Founders, which supports research-based emerging businesses, and chair of the Hestia Fund, a women’s philanthropy supporting strategic education and extended learning time efforts. Within the Institute, her mentoring extends beyond VMS to the MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund and Graduate Women at MIT. She holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. VMS thanks Kathleen for her leadership, generosity and service to MIT and the entrepreneurial community.

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I’ve been a VMS mentor for over 13 years. When I first joined VMS, my motivation was to give back to MIT with more than just dollars. I wanted to give of myself; I wanted to give today’s entrepreneurs the support that did not exist for me with my companies. It took a number of years for me to fully realize just what a priceless commodity MIT VMS mentoring is to our entrepreneurs — one that is not easily replicated, even though there are now quite a few entrepreneurial support programs at MIT. We all have heard the latest VMS stats. VMS has certainly grown and continues to grow. But it remains a lean mean little machine – a machine that requires dollars as well as volunteers. What a travesty it would be not to have VMS, what a loss for our community. So I give dollars and I give my time. I ask that you also give, monetarily – all dollars count, no matter how few or many.