Georgina Campbell Flatter
Georgina Campbell Flatter is passionate about creating pathways from poverty to prosperity through entrepreneurship.
Until recently, Georgina was a Senior Lecturer in Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Executive Director at the Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT.
Her work @MITLegatum focused on implementing educational programming and curricula for MIT students building sustainable, scalable and quality purpose-driven ventures in emerging markets. Flatter has been emerged in, and an active contributor to, global innovation ecosystems for several years through her roles as Executive Director of the MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP), Director and Lecturer of the XPRIZE Lab @ MIT, and Managing Director of the MIT Clean Energy Prize. She has also led several innovation projects at the World Bank and worked as a researcher at the Langer Lab and a research associate at a venture-funded renewable fuels spinout from MIT.
She has recently moved back to the UK with her husband and two children to pursue entrepreneurial activities at home. She is co-leading the MIT-King’s College London #innovate4health Summit as part of her transition.
Flatter earned an MEng in materials science from the University of Oxford and an SM in technology and policy from MIT.