Brian Worobey

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Brian Worobey currently serves as the CEO and President of openairboston.net. Brian has been involved in openairboston.net since before its formation. He co-authored the Boston Foundation report, "Boston Unplugged", served on Mayor Menino's Wireless Task Force and helped start up openairboston.net by participating in its advisory board/kitchen cabinet and serving as its COO before taking over as CEO in January 2009.

Prior to joining OAB, Brian was Vice President and CIO of the Museum of Science, responsible for the creation and implementation of Museum-wide information systems strategy. Since he started at the Museum of Science in 1996, Brian was instrumental in creating strategic partnerships with leading technology companies, as well as providing strategic, architectural, and fundraising support for the Museum's technological and educational initiatives.

Prior to joining the Museum, Brian was the Director of MBA Technology Services at Harvard Business School and Assistant Director for Network Services at Boston College. Brian graduated from Clark University in 1984 with a B.A. in Management. He is involved in the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council and served on the steering committee for its Tech Trends events, and writes on wireless technology in education. In addition, he is a performing musician, playing saxophone in area R&B bands. Brian is the proud father of a 2-year old daughter.

Brian Worobey currently serves as the CEO and President of openairboston.net. Brian has been involved in openairboston.net since before its formation. He co-authored the Boston Foundation report, "Boston Unplugged", served on Mayor Menino's Wireless Task Force and helped start up openairboston.net by participating in its advisory board/kitchen cabinet and serving as its COO before taking over as CEO in January 2009.

Prior to joining OAB, Brian was Vice President and CIO of the Museum of Science, responsible for the creation and implementation of Museum-wide information systems strategy. Since he started at the Museum of Science in 1996, Brian was instrumental in creating strategic partnerships with leading technology companies, as well as providing strategic, architectural, and fundraising support for the Museum's technological and educational initiatives.

Prior to joining the Museum, Brian was the Director of MBA Technology Services at Harvard Business School and Assistant Director for Network Services at Boston College. Brian graduated from Clark University in 1984 with a B.A. in Management. He is involved in the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council and served on the steering committee for its Tech Trends events, and writes on wireless technology in education. In addition, he is a performing musician, playing saxophone in area R&B bands. Brian is the proud father of a 2-year old daughter.

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