CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review (www.technologyreview.com) today announced that Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau will join the media company as chief operating officer on November 30, 2015. Ms. Bramson-Boudreau brings to the position a nearly 20-year background building and running teams in world-leading media companies. Most recently she was global managing director at the Economist Corporate Network (whose parent company publishes The Economist magazine), where she led editorial content creation, sales, marketing, and event operations.
"I'm delighted to be joining MIT Technology Review at such an exciting time," she says. "The team is strong, the strategy is ambitious and well-considered, and we have the support of a truly-world-class partner, MIT."
In her role at MIT Technology Review, Ms. Bramson-Boudreau has overall operational responsibility for new and existing programs and integrated product development efforts, providing leadership for the strategic planning process.
"MIT Technology Review has expansive ambitions," says editor in chief and publisher Jason Pontin. "We want to be recognized around the globe as the authoritative source of news analysis, long-form journalism, and live events about important new technologies and their impact. Elizabeth is who we need to execute our plans as we invest in the business, grow our revenues and audiences, and broaden the scope our editorial and events."
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