Bio – Steven Mason
Over the past 22 years, I’ve been a marketing executive at — and consultant to — public and private Internet security/networking, enterprise software, B2B platform, e-Business firms, and consumer packaged goods (CPG) firms.
With undergraduate studies in electrical engineering and computer science at Tufts University, graduate studies in psychology at Harvard University, and certification in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, I bring to my clients an uncommon blend of in-depth technical, communication, and change management skills. I am a frequent writer and speaker; I was also the editor of the Official Internet Dictionary: A Comprehensive Reference for Professionals, as well as the author of the “Internet Privacy and Security” column in The Internet Lawyer.
I have been an Academic Consultant for the Summer Institute for the Gifted program at UC Berkeley, a Lecturer at Northeastern University’s State-of-the-Art School, where I created and taught the course Compiler Design & Usage (as well as Introduction to C Programming), and an Instructor at the Berkeley Extension School, where I teach Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage for Editors (formerly Practical Grammar for Editors & Writers) and Basic Financial Mathematics Using Excel.