Steven J. Kubisen, President InnoComm is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, corporate executive, and university technology commercialization executive. He started his career in research and then moved to research management and general management for Union Carbide, Akzo, GE, and Alcoa.
As an entrepreneur, Steve has been CEO of startup ventures in the manufacturing and medical device sectors and has served on boards of startups in many sectors. Steve’s passion for commercializing early technologies and growing entrepreneurial communities led him to university technology commercialization operations at Utah State University, Johns Hopkins University and currently George Washington University. At each institution, the focus on commercializing university technology through startup formation moved each to the top of the national rankings.
In 2008, Hopkins achieved the strongest startup portfolio in the nation with 12 startups and $76M in venture capital raised. InnoComm vets and forms ventures around game changing technologies in the medical device, software, and materials sectors.
Steve has an A.B. in chemistry from Cornell University and a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Harvard University.