Akamai, Curriculum Associates, Fidelity, HBS, PTC, PWC Tapped for MassTLC Board of Trustees

0
1416
Top Row (L to R): Lynda Applegate, Harvard Business School; Sean Belka, Fidelity Center for Applied Technology; Renee Foster, Curriculum Associates; Bottom Row: Jim Heppelmann, PTC; Matthew Littlewood, PricewaterhouseCoopers; Anthony Williams, Akamai Technologies

On Wednesday, March 15th MassTLC elected six of the region’s top tech leaders to its Board of Trustees. The new trustees include:

  • Lynda Applegate, Sarofim-Rock Professor of Business Administration and Chair of the Executive Education Programs for Business Owners & Entrepreneurs, Harvard Business School
  • Sean Belka, Senior Vice President and Director of Fidelity Center for Applied Technology (FCAT), Fidelity Investments
  • Renee Foster, President, Curriculum Associates
  • Jim Heppelmann, President & CEO, PTC
  • Matthew Littlewood, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Anthony Williams, Vice President, Global Talent Acquisition and Diversity at Akamai Technologies

“The rapid pace of innovation is disrupting markets and the way we do business,” remarked MassTLC CEO Tom Hopcroft. “Having a healthy influx of the region’s top tech leaders helps keep our organization energized and at the forefront of technology leadership in the region.”

“I’m delighted to continue advancing the tech community in Massachusetts by joining the board of the MassTLC,” said Jim Heppelmann. “I’m also proud of this region’s contribution to the global technology sector and to all of society. MassTLC, its leadership, and our area’s innovators and technologists will be responsible, in large part, for Boston’s rising position on the world stage.”

The new trustees join a board comprising the Who’s Who of the tech leadership in the region:

  • Mohamad Ali, CEO, Carbonite
  • Colin Angle, Chairman, CEO, Founder, iRobot
  • Kirk Arnold, CEO, Data Intensity
  • Tye Brady, Chief Technologist, Amazon Robotics
  • Peter Bowman, VP, MA/RI External Affairs, Verizon
  • Dan Bricklin, President, Software Garden
  • Steve Conine, Co-Founder, Co-Chairman, Wayfair
  • Jim Daniell, COO, Oxfam America
  • Tom Erickson, CEO, Acquia
  • Mike Kinkead, Entrepreneur/Advisor, Green Swan Enterprises
  • David Krupinski, CTO, Co-Founder, Care.com
  • Annmarie Levins, General Manager, Technology & Civic Engagement, Microsoft
  • Jack Little, President & CEO, The MathWorks
  • Mark Lorion, President, Apperian
  • Bob McDonald, Vice President, Common Support and Services, MASS Lab SLE, IBM
  • Steve O’Leary, Managing Director, Aeris Partners
  • Pamela Reeve, Vice Chair, Commonwealth Institute
  • Susan Rousseau, Entrepreneurial/Advisor
  • Chris Schoettle, Chief of Staff, Operations, Solera
  • Debbie Theobald, Co-Founder, Vecna Technologies; Executive Director, Vecna Cares
  • Corey Thomas, President & CEO, Rapid7
  • Brian Tilzer, Chief Digital Officer, CVS Health
  • Tasos Tsolakis, EVP Global Services & CIO, Iron Mountain
  • Jeremy Wertheimer, VP of Engineering, Google
  • Julie Yoo, Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, Kyruus
  • Cathy Zhou, General Manager, New England Expansion, Uber

Officers were also elected, including: Julie Yoo, Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, Kyruus, as incoming Co-Chair. She will serve a two-year term alongside current Co-Chair Jim Daniell, COO of Oxfam America, whose term ends at the Annual Meeting of the Board in 2018. Yoo succeeds Annmarie Levins, GM for Technology and Civic Engagement at Microsoft, whose term as Co-Chair is ending in June 2017. Other officers elected include Matthew Littlewood, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, as Treasurer, and David Krupinski, CTO, Co-Founder, Care.com, as Secretary.

“I am honored to be taking this leadership role during such an exciting time of change in our community,” said Julie Yoo. “I look forward to working with the MassTLC board, staff, and membership on our long-term vision and on how technology can drive both economic and social good in our community.”

“Julie is a dedicated leader, champion for technology and passionate advocate for Massachusetts — all qualities that make her an excellent fit in the role of co-chairperson,” said Jim Daniell. “Her commitment to promoting and advancing the tech community is unwavering. I’m excited to work closely with her in the year ahead.”