MIT Alumnae Cited as Women in Power

by Jay London on November 9, 2017 · 0 comments

in Alumni Life, In the News, Management, Media

At least six MIT alumnae were recently cited by the Boston Globe Magazine as top business leaders.

Hear from Mary Puma SM ’81 and more MIT alumnae at the MIT Women’s unConference, March 9–10, 2018. Save the date and submit your idea for a panel.

The Boston Globe Magazine’s annual list of top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts honors successful organizations that are led by women. At least six MIT alumnae were named to the 2017 Women & Power list.

The 16th annual Globe list, created in partnership with the Commonwealth Institute, uses a formula that judges companies based on variables like revenue or operating budget, number of full-time employees, workplace and management diversity, and innovative projects.

See which MIT alumnae made the list below and then learn about some of the alumnae through stories by MIT communications. View the full Women & Power list in the Boston Globe Magazine.

  • Martha Samuelson SM ’86, CEO and Chair, Analysis Group (29)
  • Mary G. Puma SM ’81, President and CEO, Axcelis Technologies (46)
    With leading alumni, a global community,” MIT Sloan Alumni Magazine
  • Amy Schectman ’82, President and CEO, Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly (67)
  • Deborah Theobald ’95, CEO, Vecna (69)
    Robot Road Race Helps Save Lives,” Slice of MIT
  • Anita Worden ’90, Co-CEO, Yaskawa Solectria Solar (70)
  • Bettina Hein SM ’07, Founder and CEO, Pixability (83)

Plus: See which MIT alumnae made the Women & Power list in 2015 and 2014.

Is there an alumna who made the Globe’s list that Slice did not mention? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter.

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