David Verrill is executive director of the Initiative on the Digital Economy. David has worked and consulted at MIT for more than 30 years. Prior to his work at MIT, he was a research scientist at the Center for Blood Research in Boston.
David has also worked at Xerox Adaptive Products, where he was manager of International Sales and Business Development. He has helped start two companies, including Winchester International Group and the Hub Investment Group, which has invested in more than 50 early stage companies in the New England region – including Zipcar and DraftKings. He sits on the boards of several startups, is Chairman Emeritus of the Angel Capital Association, and is the recipient of the Hans Severiens Award (along with three other distinguished Sloan alumni – Jean Hammond, Brad Feld, and James Geshwiler).
David holds degrees from Bowdoin College and the MIT Sloan School of Management, where he received a master of science in management.