ABOUT JONATHAN ROTENBERG
In 1977, at age 13, Jonathan Rotenberg became an unlikely pioneer in the nascent personal computer industry. In the library of his high school, he cofounded an organization to demystify personal computers called The Boston Computer Society. The BCS would become the world’s largest personal computer user organization. By the time he was 21, Jonathan had been profiled in The Wall Street Journal (front page), PEOPLE, BusinessWeek, InfoWorld, The New York Times, The Boston Globe and TIME magazine, and on CBS Evening News.The Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs named Jonathan one of the “Top 100 Young Entrepreneurs in America.” Today, Jonathan is a management consultant and executive coach who works with senior leaders of global companies to help them become more customer-centric. He has an A.B. in Economics from Brown University; an MBA from Harvard Business School; and a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
JONATHAN ROTENBERG ARTICLES (3 )
The Boston Computer Society: Dawn of the Business Personal Computer and Cost-Efficient Home PC
1 month agoThis is the second of five video releases of Boston Computer Society (BCS) General Meetings, by the Computer History Museum (CHM). Read about the first video release here, and be sure to check out CHM’s playlist... Read More
The Boston Computer Society Presents: 1981 Forum on the Future of Personal Computers
5 months agoIf you lived in the Boston area in the 1980s, you could have enjoyed an unusual front-row seat to the unfolding history of the personal computer industry. Each month, The Boston Computer Society (BCS) hosted a... Read More