Brian Cantwell is a digital marketer in the biopharma industry where he delivers multi-channel solutions to improve patient outcomes. Previously, Brian was a management consultant for Accenture Interactive, MIT Sloan MBA student, HubSpot intern, and Harvard history major. 

A graduate of the MIT Sloan School of Management, Brian served as Managing Director of the 2009 MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition and participated in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation program. In the spring of 2009, Brian received the Patrick J. McGovern Award for making a significant impact on the quality, visibility, and overall spirit of entrepreneurship education and support across MIT. Brian spent the summer of 2009 working for HubSpot, a promising internet marketing startup that launched out of the MIT $100K in 2005 and currently resides in Cambridge.

Brian is a published author of the white paper "Why Technical Breakthroughs Fail: A History of Public Concern with Emerging Technologies," written for the MIT Auto-ID Center. Brian holds a BA in History from Harvard University. He loves taking photographs, reviewing movies, rooting for the Red Sox, and learning about wine, all of which are more fun when shared with his wonderful wife Liz and son James (except for the wine part, which James can enjoy when he's 21!).

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my summer job at HubSpot
my pre and post Sloan job at Accenture