Jeffrey Jaffe Named CEO of W3C
March 10, 2010
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has found a new CEO in Jeffrey Jaffe, an MIT alumnus and tech industry stalwart. Jaffe brings with him past experience in executive roles at IBM, Bell Labs, and most recently Novell.
Founded by Tim Berners-Lee, W3C is a global consortium dedicated to pioneering standards and protocols on the World Wide Web. While Berners-Lee will stay on as Director, Jaffe's role will involve overseeing W3C's global operations and maintaining the organization's presence at the forefront of Web development. Read more about the appointment here.