Nancy Levy, Ph.D. is a strategic and tactical entrepreneur who catalyzes the development and growth of entrepreneurs and their technologies. She works closely with entrepreneurs and executives to define successful business and market strategies and to facilitate their implementation using a global network. She has a broad experience base in innovation economies in North America, South America and Europe, combined with a strong technical background. She has worked with a wide range of clients, including academic founders and corporate CEOs. Her ability to advise and tactically support these clients is based on her prior successes functioning in their roles, as an entrepreneur managing and developing technologies. Nancy served for four years as president and CEO of Immunetics, a medical devices company located in Cambridge, MA where she raised three rounds of financing and managed the processes for the first FDA products. At Genzyme, where she held multiple senior marketing roles for 4 years, she built a clinical devices business, including the purchase, integration, and management of a German infectious-disease company. She is currently the managing partner of BostonLanding.US (www.BostonLanding.US) and BioHealth Management, LLC (www.Biohealthmanagement.com). Both companies are focused on international development of entrepreneurs and their technology-based companies, across all sectors including information technology, biotechnology, medical technology and clean tech.
She is on the board of Acceleration Pharmaceuticals and The LaVoie Group, as well as a member of the Newton-Wellesley Hospital Board of Overseers. Other honors include: featured entrepreneur in the Wall Street Journal, entitled "Closing the Gender Gap", and first place in Business Plan Contest, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She has been invited to speak at numerous international conferences including a recent conference in Barcelona entitled IP, Licensing and Value Creation.
She is an adjunct professor at the Boston University School of Management, where she created an overview course on the biotechnology and medical device industry. Nancy has been on the faculty at Harvard Medical School, where she also did her fellowship. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.