Lori Glover leads global partnerships and alliances for MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) – the largest lab at MIT with over 1200 people and 60 research groups.
She is responsible for corporate and organizational engagement with the lab through the CSAIL Alliance Program, research initiatives, the Visiting Industry Researcher program, start-ups and technology ecosystem, professional development programs and talent acquisition/recruiting within CSAIL. She serves as Executive Director of research initiatives SystemsThatLearn@CSAIL, FinTech@CSAIL, MachineLearningApplications@CSAIL and MIT’s Future of Data, Trust and Policy Initiative.
Lori also a member of the Advisory Board of EBSCO and the Massachusetts Cyber Education and Training Consortium (CETC).
She often speaks on research advances and their impact to industry at conferences and professional associations as well as on the development of successful industry-academic partnerships both nationally and internationally. She also consults with companies in building university engagement programs.
Lori also holds a Juris Doctor and has practiced law as a member of the bar in both Massachusetts and Florida.