Robin is an entrepreneur working to build software that creates both market and social impact. Previously, Robin Bose was a vice president at Endurance International Group, a provider of cloud software that helps small and medium businesses to launch and grow. He also worked with Ashoka, a global network of social entrepreneurs in 70+ countries. Early in his career, Robin was the 11th employee in the India office of a technology and analytics company focused on big data, working mostly with customers in financial services. He began his career working at a financial services company across the US and in the UK. Robin is a two-time semifinalist of the MIT100K entrepreneurship competition. He has served as a judge for the MIT100K competition, the MIT Global IDEAS competition, and the BUILD Boston entrepreneurship semi-finals. He’s also served as a member of the selection committee for the Atlas Service Corps fellowship. He was a cofounder of Global PACT, a social enterprise supporting young leaders solving self-identified problems in their communities. He helped develop Global PACT’s core training methods in Mongolia, facilitated its youth development workshops in the US, and helped lead its month-long all-Balkans workshops. Robin holds an MBA from MIT and a BA in economics and international relations from the University of Pennsylvania.