Paul Bosco is a fellow at Harvard University focused on public/private nonprofit coalitions to solve complex societal challenges, such as the future of the internet and computation, and education and leadership development for the digital economy. He is a trustee and advisor to universities, tech startups, and social entrepreneurs.
Bosco previously served in executive roles at Cisco and IBM. At Cisco, where his roles focused on media and broadband innovation, he built and led an industry-leading business delivering infrastructure products to connect homes and lives to the internet. He was recognized for his expertise in collaborative innovation, technology ecosystems, talent/leadership development, scaling ventures, and university partnerships. At IBM he led high-performance computing and communications teams on national and global internet initiatives. In site executive roles he led public-private partnerships, nonprofit engagements, and employee volunteer efforts supporting STEM and computer/data science education.
Bosco is vice chair of the Yale Graduate School Alumni Association (GSAA). He has been co-chair of the annual “Where Do I Go from Yale” graduate student and post-doc event; leader of “Careers in High Tech & Media” seminars; co-chair of the YAA Careers, Life & Yale “Careers in Data & the Digital Economy” workshop; GSAA representative on the Wilbur Cross Medal Selection Committee; and member of the Board of Governors nominating committee. He supports Yale graduate students as a sponsor of the new Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, and encourages Yale excellence in science and engineering through Nathan Hale fellowships.