Cathy E. Minehan

CATHY E. MINEHAN is an active profit and not for profit board member of entities engaged in major commercial activity, healthcare and education.  She is the managing director of Arlington Advisory Partners LLC and has a wealth of experience in over forty five years at various executive and CEO levels. Minehan retired from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in July 2007 after thirty nine years with the Federal Reserve System, having served as the president and chief executive of the Boston Bank and a member of the Federal Open Market Committee from July 1994 on. From August 2011 to June 2016 she served as Dean of the School of Management at Simmons College, known for its MBA for women and for it all on-line offerings. Minehan is a graduate of the University of Rochester and is a member of the University’s Board of Trustees.  She earned an MBA from New York University, and was named a distinguished Alumna from New York University in 1995.  She also serves as managing director of Arlington Advisory Partners LLC, an entity she uses to house her various profit and non-profit positions. Currently, Minehan is a director of Bright Horizons Family Solutions LLC, The MITRE Corporation and the Brookings Institution.  She is also chair of the board of trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital, and a board member of Partners Healthcare System. She is co-chair of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council. She serves on a number of other non-profit boards in the areas of health care, education and public broadcasting.  She is an elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and was named the Public Company Director of the Year (New England NACD 2012); NACD Top 100 Directors in 2013; 2015 Shattuck City Champion (Boston) and is a recipient of many other honors and distinctions.

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