Brains and Innovation:
What’s Driving Central Mass. Now
Tuesday, March 14, 5-7 p.m., at El Basha, 250 Park Ave., Worcester
Kevin O’Sullivan is well positioned to see the influences molding the economic future of our region: education, healthcare, and life sciences.
As president and CEO of Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives, he combines backgrounds in the innovation and political
spheres and will present a conversation about where the innovation opportunities are for Central Massachusetts.
MBI is a private, not for profit economic development organization that promotes the growth and expansion of the Biotechnology, Medical Device and the Medical, Chemical and Biological Informatics Industry. It operates four life and health science business incubator facilities in Worcester – currently home to 25) companies and over 125 employees, providing cost-effective science laboratories and high quality business development services.
He previously served as Vice President and Director of Marketing at the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Worcester, where he was part of the development team of the highly successful UMass Medicine Science Park, formerly the Massachusetts Biotechnology Research Park. From 1986 to 1994 he served as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
Kevin, who lives in Worcester, has long been active in many civic and community endeavors.
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