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Paul English

Co-founder of Lola.com and KAYAK
Boston, MA
Paul English is the CTO of Lola.com, the easiest way for businesses to manage their employee travel. Previously, he was CTO of KAYAK, a travel company he co-founded in 2004, took public in 2012, and sold to Priceline in 2013. English is also the founder of GetHuman, a service created to give consumers excellent customer service at any company, and Boston Light, a small business ecommerce startup he sold to Intuit.

English is the subject of Tracy Kidder’s book “A Truck Full of Money”, published by Random House in September 2016. He is also a co-founder of Summits Education, an organization that is building education systems in rural Haiti. Summits operates a network of 40 schools in Haiti's central plateau, employing over 350 educators, and serving 10,000 students. Paul first went to Haiti in 2003.

A director of Partners In Health and of Village Health Works, both of which provide quality healthcare to populations of extreme poverty, English is also very interested in problems of homelessness in Boston. His newest project is to bring an MLK memorial to Boston.