Georgina Campbell

Director, MIT REAP
Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship|Executive Education

Biography

Georgina Campbell is the Director of the MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP). In this role, she works with multi-stakeholder groups from around the world to build and implement regional ecosystems that accelerate innovation-driven enterprises (IDE).

Georgina is an actively engaged global innovation ecosystem specialist. She has deep technical expertise in renewable energy and biomaterials, developed through her experiences as an innovative researcher at the Langer Lab at MIT and a venture-funded renewable fuels startup, Sun Catalytix. This technical know-how is paired with a broad knowledge of innovation policy and entrepreneurship acceleration, which she developed during her two-year research assistantship with the MIT Sloan Innovation Group. She enhanced this knowledge and experience through her roles as Managing Director of the MIT Clean Energy Prize, Director and Lecturer of the XPRIZE Lab @ MIT, and later as an innovation consultant at the World Bank. Two of her recent papers were published in top academic journals: PNAS and Research Policy.

Georgina holds a Master's of Engineering in Materials Science from the University of Oxford and an MS in Technology and Policy from MIT. 

 

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