Corrine Vitolo Founder and CEO, SmartSports
As Founder and CEO of SmartSports, Corrine Vitolo is bringing IoT technologies to the amateur, collegiate and professional sports markets.
Sitting squarely at the intersect of sport and technology, Corrine focuses on innovation and solutions for athlete development, recruiting and scouting – special interests include predictive athletic performance and injury prevention. Corrine also serves as strategic consultant to Fortune 50 companies concerning their commercial sports businesses.
Academically, Corrine is Professional in Residence at Harvard University, is special consultant to the Harvard MBA Business of Sports program, and a Capstone Judge at Babson College programs in Entrepreneurship, Sports and Technology. She also assists universities with technology transfer programs.
Corrine holds patents on systems and methods to predict athletic ability, and Board and Advisory positions on several companies, She received her undergraduate education at Harvard University and postgraduate education at the Harvard Business School.
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