Jerrold GrochowORG Internet2 Title Senior Advisor to NET+ Services BIO
Jerry retired as MIT's Vice President for Information Services and Technology in 2009 where he had been an active member of the research and education community, and now consults to members of the community on increasing the business value of information technology. He was interim Vice President for NET+ Serivces at Internet2 in 2011 and is now Senior Advisor to that program. He is also a Research Affiliate with the MIT Energy Initiative project on the future of the United States electric grid. Jerry was the Chief Technology Officer at FOLIOfn, Inc., a start-up providing innovative Internet-based financial services, and CTO and a vice president of consulting at American Management Systems, an international management and systems firm. Early in his career, Jerry was a member of the MIT team developing the Multics Time-Sharing System and MIT's first use of the ARPANET.