Alfred Ironside

Vice President for Communications

As chief communications officer, the vice president for communications advises the president and leaders across MIT, and shapes how the Institute conveys its mission and the range, scope, and positive impact of its people. He also leads a team that engages with internal and external audiences to increase awareness and deepen understanding of MIT...

Roles at MIT

  • Vice President for Communications

    Current role

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