Today, Mathematica announced the appointment of Donna Levin and Judy Smythe as members of the organization’s Board of Directors. Levin is the chief executive officer (CEO) of the Arthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson College and a co-founder of Care.com, an online marketplace that helps families across 18 countries find caregivers to provide child care, senior care, special needs care, tutoring, pet care, and housekeeping. Smythe is the head of business and operations at Aural Analytics and has nearly two decades of executive leadership experience at health care organizations, including McKesson and WebMD. At Mathematica, Levin and Smythe join 12 other board members committed to helping ensure that the organization continues to deliver on its mission of improving public well-being.
“Donna and Judy bring experience and expertise that will reinforce our mission and core values and directly support our work leveraging technology, data, and analytics to inform decision making,” said Mathematica president and CEO, Paul Decker. “Their insights will help Mathematica continue to develop transformative solutions that make innovation and progress possible for our clients and partners around the world.”
Levin earned an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has served on the boards of Zero to Three, WBUR, and the Center for Women and Enterprise, among others. Smythe earned a Master of International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and has worked with numerous technology-enabled health care startups focused on leveraging innovations and analytics to improve patient outcomes.
About Mathematica’s Board of Directors
Since its inception in 1986, Mathematica’s Board of Directors has been an inclusive body dedicated to providing governance and oversight that help inform Mathematica’s vision and strategy, as well as the policies, practices, and leadership that propel the organization’s success. A leader among its peers in gender and racial/ethnic diversity, the Board of Directors is composed of 14 internal and independent members representing many diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and lived experiences that are integral to advancing Mathematica’s mission of improving public well-being. Mathematica’s Board shares the deep commitment of the company’s employee owners to shaping an equitable and just world where evidence drives decisions for global impact.