The Kerry Murphy Healey (KMH) Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Babson College has announced the members of its inaugural advisory board. The advice and vision of the members will shape how the KMH Center navigates the upcoming years.
Babson alumni and supporters lead across the health sector: in healthcare delivery, medical devices, drug development, and digital health,” said Wiljeana Glover, the KMH Center founding faculty director. “We are excited to have this exemplary group of entrepreneurial leaders join us as KMH Advisory Board members as we continue to shape and make progress on the strategic direction and growth of the KMH Center.”
In the years ahead, the KMH Center will focus on global programs to help organizations all over the world achieve health and economic value simultaneously. And, by expanding the offering of on-campus healthcare-related courses, programs, and events, the KMH Center will create new opportunities for students to prepare for leadership roles in the health sector.
The inaugural KMH Advisory Board includes:
- Deepthi Bathina MBA’08 (chair), CEO, president, and founder at HealthTech Ventures
- Joe Blundo ’13, partner at TCV
- Wes Donohoe ’04, CEO, and co-founder at Helpful
- Diego Gadelha MS’22, M.D., PhD, board member, director, and professor at Unifacisa University; co-founder and chairman at Hospital da Visão
- Raj Gadré MBA’18, CEO and CTO at Kennovation Services Inc.
- Kerry Murphy Healey PhD, president, Milken Center for Advancing the American Dream; former president of Babson College
- Nancy Major M.D, professor of musculoskeletal radiology and orthopedics at University of Colorado School of Medicine
- Mary Tinebra MBA’00, commercialization officer at FertilityIQ
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