The Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC) announced today the replacement of three board members and a new executive committee roster.
Joining the board are Zoll Resuscitation President Elijah White, Olympus Corp. of America SVP and Global Head of Business Development Townsend Goddard, and Cambridge Consultants SVP and Head of Medtech (U.S. West) Nick Hawson.
They replace retiring board members Christos Monovoukas (former VP of global business development at Olympus Corp. of America), David Bradshaw (senior assessment services manager at Cambridge Consultants), and Jon Rennert (CEO of Zoll Medical), who served as the board’s chair from 2017-2020.
“On behalf of the MassMEDIC community, we are excited to welcome our new Board members and thank those who are transitioning off for their service and dedication,” MassMEDIC President Brian Johnson said in a news release. “We want to extend a special thank you to Jon Rennert for his incredible service to our organization and the medical technology industry in Massachusetts. Jon is a tremendous leader and we were extremely fortunate to have him as our Board Chairman and Executive Committee member for several years. Under Jon’s leadership, MassMEDIC experienced tremendous growth due in no small part to his dedication and commitment.”
MassMEDIC’s new executive committee lineup is:
- Chair: David Kolstad, CEO of Gentuity
- Vice chair: Stacey Pugh, chief commercial officer at Butterfly Network
- Second vice chair: Mary Anne Heino, CEO and president of Lantheus
- Second vice chair: Todd Usen, CEO of Activ Surgical
- Treasurer: Rajesh Misra, principal and life sciences operations advisory at KPMG US
- Immediate past chair: Andrew Greenfield, EVP and chief commercial officer at Abiomed
“There are big shoes to fill from Andrew’s most recent tenure as chair – and before him, Jon – but because of their commitment to strengthening our medical technology and life sciences ecosystem in New England, there has never been a more opportune time to elevate the impact our members can have,” Kolstad said in the news release.