Cogito would like to welcome Ken Morse and David Klein as the newest members of its board of directors.
Ken is a serial entrepreneur, having played a key role in launching several high-tech start-ups, including 3Com Corporation, Aspen Technology, an expert systems company, and a biotech firm. Ken’s batting average is 0.833: five of his start-ups went public or were successfully merged; one was a complete disaster. As head of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center for many years, Ken was responsible for inspiring, training, and coaching new generations of entrepreneurs from all parts of MIT. Ken has been profiled and quoted in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Economist, and Red Herring.
David H. Klein is a special advisor to the CEO of the University of Rochester (U of R) Medical Center, a professor in the U of R School of Medicine and Dentistry Department of Public Health Sciences and an Executive Professor in the U of R William E. Simon Graduate School of Business (Simon School). Mr. Klein was the chief executive officer of The Lifetime Healthcare Companies which include Excellus BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS), Univera Healthcare, Lifetime Health Medical Group, Lifetime Care (home care agency), EBS-RMSCO Benefit Solutions (benefits consulting firm and third party administration) and MedAmerica (long term care insurance company). He is nationally recognized in the health care industry as an innovative thought leader and a progressive executive.