1 Giovanni Abbadessa Co-Fondatore e Coordinatore PIB
2 Mission: PIB, founded in early 2009, is a group for Italian professionals, entrepreneurs, artists, and researchers working in and around Boston who wish to organize, promote and participate in networking opportunities, both professional and social. Objectives: Unite Italian professionals in/around Boston Organize cultural events relevant to the Italian community in Boston, but open to all Facilitate collaborations and opportunities among members, and with their local international counterparts Promote Italian heritage in Boston Bridge Italy with Italian professionals in Boston
3 Organization: Flexible, dynamic, adaptive structure. Coordinators: Giovanni Abbadessa is one of PIB s and PIE s founders. Serves as Coordinator of PIB s management group, of the Professionisti Italiani all Estero group, of partnership efforts, and is actively involved in event planning, logistics and website design. MD, PhD, he is Senior Medical Director at ArQule, Inc. Marcella Debidda is one of PIB s co-founders. She coordinates internal meetings and is involved in planning, logistics, and marketing of PIB s events. PhD, she is Program Manager in the Trial Design department at Harvard Clinical Research Institute. Elisa Dell Oglio serves as Coordinator of PIB s website design and maintenance, and is actively involved in event planning and logistics. MS in Biomedical Engineering, she works in neurological imaging at Brigham and Women s Hospital. Nadia Di Carlo coordinates finding sponsors and assessing services that PIB can offer them, and is involved in planning PIB s events. MBA at MIT, she manages a real estate investment firm. Francesco Fragasso is one of PIB s co-founders. He serves as Treasurer and helps with event planning and logistics. He is Vice President and CFO at Nuvera Fuel Cells. Salvatore Mascia is one of PIB s co-founders; he coordinates communications with members and affiliates, and is actively involved in the strategic planning and execution of PIB events. MPharma, PhD in Chemical Engineering, he is the Strategic Project Manager at the Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing. Tiziana Musacchio manages PIB s website design and maintenance, and is actively involved in PIB s event planning and logistics. PharmD, PhD, Tiziana is a Research Associate at the Center for Pharmaceutical Biotech and Nanomedicine at Northeastern University. Managers: Valentina Oppezzo, Nicola Orichuia, Marco Perucchi, Bastiano Sanna. Collaborators: Cynthia Carrillo Infante, Federica Del Monte, Michele Di Carlo, Marco Ferrara, Melissa Gallin, Eugenia Garrisi, Alberto Pepe, Alessandro Rollo, Sandro Santoro, Alessandro Vianello, Davide Zaccagnini.
4 400+ Members Background Note: 200+ members of the non-italian speaking additional group are not included in this analysis
5 400+ Members Background
6 2009 Objectives: Aggregate the Italian professional community in Boston. Accomplished through: Italian networking cocktails Linkedin group and website (www.piboston.org) 2010 Objectives: Solidify Italian aggregation, increase and renew the visibility of Italian professionals in Boston, facilitate networking for professional collaborations. Accomplished through : Italian networking cocktails Inspiring Italian keynote speaker events open to international public Meetings with companies from Italy
7 2010 Events Jan: C. Consoli (singer) May: R. Canetta (Bristol-Myers Squibb) + G. Draetta (Dana Farber) Feb: V. Onorato (Mascalzone Latino) May: Sailing at Courageous Sept: G. Matino (Associazione Mondo Amico) Oct: E. Doris (Mediolanum) Nov: Lombardy business mission: 15 small companies from Italy Nov: A. Goppion (entrepreneur) Dec: Tombola PIB Nov: C. Bozzo (Mediterranean Shipping Co) Dec: L. Simonelli (GE Transport); organized by NY All year : 5 Italian Networking Cocktails
8 Objectives Reinforce the network of Italian professionals and their visibility in Boston Facilitate professional mentoring for Italians in Boston Facilitate post-graduate internships from Italy Increase international collaborations Create bridges with Italy
9 2011 Events Jan: Introduction of G. Pastorelli (new Italian Consul in Boston) to the community Mar: D. Maraini (writer) Mar: lunch with R. Prodi (organized by the Consulate, sponsored by PIB) Apr: Controesodo on the law to incentivize Italian professionals to move back to Italy (organized by the Consulate, PIB sponsored and gave 50 comments to modify the law) Apr: On. F. Turchi and Prof. D. Roscini: L Euro senza l Europa
10 2011 Upcoming Events May 26 th : R. Rappuoli (Global Head of Research Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics): Partnerships between academia and industry in drug discovery and development June 21 st : Italian small companies searching for partners. In collaboration with Unione Industriali Napoli Sez. Giovani. June: Sailing at Courageous (Charlestown) Fall: Dinner with L. Andreotti (CEO at Bristol-Myers Squibb) M. Ferrari (Prof of nanomedicine in Houston) R. De Benedetti (CEO at CIR, Director at Gruppo Editoriale L Espresso) Scientific Workshop: Stem Cell Applications Tax Seminar: Tips and tricks for non-americans in the US All year: Italian Networking Cocktails
11 Objectives Reinforce the network of Italian professionals and their visibility in Boston Facilitate professional mentoring for Italians in Boston Facilitate post-graduate internships from Italy Increase international collaborations Create bridges with Italy
12 PIB Advisory Board A highly-qualified PIB Advisory Board was instituted, comprised of top Italian professionals holding key influential positions in academia and industry. Objectives include: guiding PIB s growth, increasing its visibility and range of action, facilitating integration with entities locally and in Italy, and creating a network of Italian excellence in Boston.
13 PIB Advisory Board Initial members include: Alberto Alesina: Prof of Political Economy at Harvard University, past Chairman of the Department of Economics. Was at Carnegie Mellon University. Giulio Draetta: Chief Business and Research Development Officer at Dana- Farber Cancer Institute, past Vice President at Merck Laboratories. Was at Pharmacia, European Institute of Oncology, Mixotic, Heidelberg, Cold Spring Harbor. Dante Roscini: senior lecturer in the Business, Government and the International Economy unit at Harvard Business School. Past Head of European Capital Markets for Goldman Sachs. Was at Merril Lynch, Morgan Stanley. Ettore Santucci: Senior Partner at Goodwin & Procter, past Associate at White & Case. Was at NOMISMA.
14 Objectives Reinforce the network of Italian professionals and their visibility in Boston Facilitate professional mentoring for Italians in Boston Facilitate post-graduate internships from Italy Increase international collaborations Create bridges with Italy
15 Collaboration with Italian public and private Institutions Meetings between PIB managers and key Italian public and private Institutions are laying the ground for active collaborations between Italy and Boston. PIB already engaged representatives from the Country Governing Bodies, Regional Governments, Italian Consulates, industrial unions and organizations, universities, companies, non-profit associations.
16 Objectives Reinforce the network of Italian professionals and their visibility in Boston Facilitate professional mentoring for Italians in Boston Facilitate post-graduate internships from Italy Increase international collaborations Create bridges with Italy
17 Professionisti Italiani all Estero (PIE) (Italian Professionals Abroad) Inspired and counseled by PIB, independent groups of Professionisti Italiani have started or are starting in other cities. The PIE group, launched by Boston and co-managed by PI managers from all cities, allows resource sharing and growth coordination among groups. Partner cities may also join PIE in the near future. Active Boston New York Launching Chicago Madrid Working on it Washington Philadelphia Houston Partnering Montreal Moscow? Thinking about it San Paolo Buenos Aires Stockholm Miami London?
19 come tanti altri italiani all estero non ho mai avuto connazionali a farmi da mentor o a darmi consigli professionali; ne avrei senz altro beneficiato, magari evitanto errori o abbreviando la mia curva di apprendimento. La mia interpretazione personale e che PIB puo dare una chance in piu a dei giovani e meritevoli professionisti, offrendo loro l opportunita di entrare in un network che possa offrire consigli, esperienza, esempi professionali e di vita e quant altro PIB riuscira a mettere insieme nei prossimi anni.. Commento di un partecipante all advisory board meeting di maggio 2011.
20 Ore : Officina presso stand Ministero Affari Esteri
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