The Boston Globe Magazine released its yearly list of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, and MIT alumnae were again named to this year’s list. At least five from MIT were named to the 2018 Women & Power list, which is co-sponsored by the Boston Globe Magazine and Commonwealth Institute, a nonprofit organization devoted to advancing businesswomen in leadership positions.
According to the Globe Magazine, the list uses a formula that includes variables such as an organization’s revenue and operating budget, number of full-time employees in the state, workplace and management diversity, and innovative projects in determining the rankings.
See below to find out which MIT alumnae made this year’s list. Visit the Boston Globe Magazine for the full list and to learn more about the methodology.
2018 Women in Power: MIT Alumnae
Martha S. Samuelson SM ’86 (24)
CEO and Chairman, Analysis Group
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Mary G. Puma SM ’81 (39)
President and CEO, Axcelis Technologies
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Stefania Mallett ’76, SM ’77 (74)
Co-founder and CEO, ezCater
Amy Schectman MCP ’82 (87)
President and CEO, Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly
Deborah Theobald ’95 (89)
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