MIT Alumnae Named Top Business Leaders

by Jay London on October 31, 2014 · 0 comments

in Alumni Life, In the News, Management

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Earlier this month, the Boston Globe’s Globe Magazine unveiled its annual list of the top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts. At least five MIT alumnae were named to the 2014 list.

According to the Globe, the 13th annual list—a collaboration between the magazine and the non-profit Commonwealth Institute—highlights organizations with impressive records of innovation, diversity, revenue, and large employee numbers.

2014 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts,” Globe Magazine

“We looked at revenue or operating budget and, for the first time, added other variables: number of full-time employees in the state, workplace and management diversity, and innovative projects. We then ranked organizations according to our own formula. We considered both for-profit and nonprofit organizations.”

Check out the MIT alumnae who were named to the list, then read the full list of 100 woman-led businesses and a Globe Magazine interview with Anita Rajan Worden ’90.

Laura Trust MBA '96

Laura Trust. Photo: MIT Technology Review

  • Deborah Theobald ’95, executive director, Vecna (10)
  • Martha S. Samuelson SM ’86, president and CEO, Analysis Group (15)
  • Laura B. Trust MBA ’96, president, SJB Bagel Makers of Boston/Finagle a Bagel (16)
  • Anita Rajan Worden ’90, CEO and cofounder,  Solectria Renewables (61)
  • Mary G. Puma SM ’81, chairwoman and CEO, Axcelis Technologies (86)

Is there an alumna we did not mention Slice’s list? Let us know if the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter.

According to the Globe, leaders in the list were in place at the end of 2013.

RELATED READING:

Laura Trust MBA ’96: Entrepreneur and Alumnus Husband Finagle a Bagel—Literally,” MIT Technology Review

Mary Puma SM ’81: With leading alumni, a global community,” MIT Sloan Alumni Magazine

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