Brad Rosen is a Technology entrepreneur, operator, investor, and advisor with expertise in taking companies from idea to exit.
Brad is a 1989 graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder where he studied electrical engineering and computer science. In 2006 he earned his MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Sloan School of Management.
He has been featured on Bloomberg and Fox TV, as well as publications such as Forbes, Fortune, Techcrunch, The Boston Globe, The SF Chronicle, and others. Brad regularly guest lectures on entrepreneurship at MIT, BC, Northeastern, and other universities, and is a Mentor at Harvard’s iLab and MIT’s Sandbox. Brad advises several tech companies in the Boston area and is currently the COO and Founder at NODAR, a Cambridge-based computer vision company building next-generation 3D perception technology for autonomous vehicles.
Prior to NODAR, Brad started, ran, and sold Drync, a venture-backed B2B platform for retailers of beverage alcohol. Before Drync, Brad served as VP Product at Where, a mobile-first LBS company that was sold to eBay. Earlier in his career, Brad held roles at Cognio, a full-stack spectrum analysis system that was sold to Cisco, Ucentric Systems (sold to Motorola), and PureSpeech (sold to Philips).
Brad resides in Lincoln, Massachusetts with his wife and three kids.