Paul English is a Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
He is chief technology officer and cofounder of KAYAK. He regularly lectures on entrepreneurship topics at Boston-area universities, and was named chief technology officer of the year by the Mass Technology Leadership Council in 2009. Paul is a also a director of Partners In Health and Village Health Works. Both organizations provide quality health care to populations of extreme poverty.
Previously, Paul was the cofounder and president of Boston Light Software, an ecommerce company sold to Intuit, where Paul then served as vp of Technology. He has been an advisor to LinkedIn, ELERTS, FanSnap, Roost, and Pixable.
Paul was briefly an entrepreneur in-residence at Greylock, a co-founder and director of Intermute, the founder of GetHuman, the founder of the World Xiangqi League, cofounder and Chairman of Mancala, Inc., and senior vice president of Engineering and Product Management at Interleaf. He also did contract programming for the US Air Force, operations research programming for Data General, programming for a medical device company, and even some video game software and sound-effect development.
Paul received a BS and MS in computer science from the University of Massachusetts.
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