Tod Loofbourrow is the CEO and chairman of ViralGains. Previously, Tod served as president of iRobot, where he helped grow market capitalization from $300 million to over $800 million. He founded and served as chairman and CEO of Authoria (Peoplefluent), a $120 million a year software-as-a-service provider of recruiting, performance management, compensation, and talent management software. Previously, Tod co-founded and served as the president of iRobot Healthcare and was CEO of the strategic consulting firm Foundation Technologies, Inc.
Since 2011, Loofbourrow has served as Entrepreneur in Residence at the Center for Digital Business at MIT's Sloan School of Management, and he sits on the board of Jobs for the Future, ViralGains and Mobee. He taught graduate courses on artificial intelligence at Harvard for seven years. He has also written six books — the first, a 20,000 copy trade bestseller on computer science and robotics written at the age of 16.