Pamela Goldberg is an internationally recognized leader in medical technology innovation, leading strategy to affect change for industry and regulators. Her focus on collaboration and driving change have been instrumental in making progress with the medical device industry in partnership with the FDA, patient advocacy groups and clinical sites.
Goldberg was previously CEO of the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative and the first woman to lead the organization in its 30-year history. Goldberg worked closely with industry, academic and government leaders to advance technology-based solutions that improved the health care system, expanded high-speed Internet access and strengthened the growth and development of the state’s technology sector with specific focus on digital health, data analytics, robotics, and cybersecurity.
Passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship, Goldberg served as the Director of The Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at Tufts University, a program she launched to drive innovation for the university. Through Goldberg’s leadership, the program grew to over 500 students per year, and supported the start of over 50 businesses. Goldberg received the Acton Foundation’s National Teaching Award for Entrepreneurship and established the school’s nationally recognized business plan competition.
Goldberg is advisor and board member to several technology startups and earlier in her career launched three start-up ventures: a music production company, a women’s history organization and a hospice. At the start of her career, she was an investment banker at Citibank and then launched the investment banking division of State Street Bank.
Goldberg received her BA from Tufts University and MBA from Stanford University.
Conflict of Interest Disclosures: MDIC Board of Directors