New England Area startups are invited to share why Boston is thriving as an innovation corridor.
Nicholas Chakalos is a senior executive with over 20 years of hi-tech business leadership in both large and small ventures. Most recently he led Strategy & Business Development, On-Demand Video, and the advanced Set-Top Software Solutions businesses for Motorola's multi-billion dollar Broadband Home Solutions division. In his previous role at IBM Nicholas managed the worldwide strategic marketing and business development of silicon and embedded software for set-top boxes.
Krishna is the founder of Ubersense, a startup that offers easy-to-use video coaching and motion analysis software for smart phones including the highly popular swingreader application. Krishna holds a PhD in computer science and has worked in various R&D roles in companies such as Citrix Online, Bell Labs and Microsoft Research. Krishna's area of expertise include computer networking, mobile computing and SaaS architecture. Krishna holds a PhD and Masters in Computer Networking from University of California, Santa Barbara and Bachelors in Engineering from the University of Pune and Pune Institute of Computer Technology. He was a 2011 Fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in Boston. He has been a radio jockey for KCSB 91.9 FMs India Show.
Founder of Thumbs Up. Producer for NOVA (PBS). Emmy nominee. Founder and Director, Tour for the Cure. President, Senior Class at Brown.