Kimberly Fay Boucher is an experienced general manager, technology commercialization expert, digital transformation pioneer and MIT Senior Lecturer with 25+ years of operational expertise in the technology, digital commerce, and consumer goods industries. Kim teaches Entrepreneurship Lab at the Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship at MIT’s Sloan school of Management. She also serves as a board member of the MIT Delta V Accelerator Programs and as an advisory board member for two early-stage startups in AI and real estate technologies.
Most recently, Kim served as the Technology Commercialization Business Leader reporting to the Chief Technology Officer at Analog Devices (ADI) where she was part of ADI’s internal private equity fund tasked with identifying new businesses to fund. Prior to that, Kim oversaw the global marketing organization for ADI and all of its business units: Communications, Autonomous and Electric Vehicles, Factory 4.0, Aerospace & Defense, and Digital Healthcare industries.
With a lifelong passion for paying it forward, Kim cofounded and is a board director with the Women’s Foundation of Boston, funding women and girls programs for economic empowerment. She was the President of Athlete’s Serving the Community and consulted to social enterprise organizations including Jericho Road, Root Capital, Boston Partners in Education, Suitability, and the Maranyundo Initiative STEM School for Girls in Nyamata, Rwanda. Kim holds a BS degree in Management Industrial Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is a NCAA Academic All-American Women’s Basketball player and was inducted into the WPI Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000. She is most proud of raising her three children as a single mother and resides in Boston, MA.