Manager, Community Programming, MIT Solve
Sharon Bort is the Manager of Community Programming at Solve. Previously, Sharon served as the Senior Officer for Solve’s Sustainability Community, which focuses on topics such as energy, environment, climate change, agriculture, and water. She brings deep enthusiasm for sustainability to Solve, where she cultivates new partnerships between innovators and leaders around the world to find, scale, and support solutions to sustainability challenges.
Before joining Solve, Sharon worked as HR Manager for Hubway, Metro-Boston’s bike share service. Prior to Hubway, she worked as Sustainability Coordinator for Wellesley College.
Outside of work, Sharon is an avid traveler, cyclist, podcast listener, gardener, and baker. She is also involved in her local community as an organizer for the MIT Waste Alliance and the Riverway Project. She holds a BA in Global Environmental Studies from Clark University and an MBA in Sustainability from Antioch New England University.
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