"I'm always cautious of doing what we are "supposed" to do. I encourage my team to take risks while following 3 very specific tenets, but sometimes we do wander into dangerous territory. In most cases, when handled…"
Dartmouth College, 1991. BA History
Ethicon Endo-Surgery 1991-1995 (Medical Devices)
Tuck School of Business Admin. (Dartmouth). MBA 1997
CEO and Co-Founder, Boloco. 1997-Present.
Partner and Co-Founder, B.Good. 2003-Present.
Boards and Committees
- Farmer's Diner (Quechee, VT)
- Community Servings (Boston, MA)
- Lebanon (NH) Airport Advisory Committee
- Dartmouth College Alumni Council
Years in the Industry
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