Frank Moss


Frank is co-founder of Twine Health, a developer of IT platforms for patient-centric chronic care, and, which provides small-batch manufacturing services for independent designers and makers. From 2006 to 2011 he served as the director of the MIT Media Lab and the Jerome B. Wiesner Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT. Frank began his career at IBM and went on to become CEO and chairman of Tivoli Systems (sold to IBM in 1996) and co-founder of Infinity Pharmaceuticals. He was also co-founder of Bowstreet (acquired by IBM) and Bluefin Labs (acquired by Twitter). He graduated from Princeton University and received his Master’s and PhD degrees from MIT.