Chair: Lisa Butler-
Lisa brings start-up, project management and strategic marketing skills to her role as Chairman of Gynesim’s Board. She is currently Executive Director at EnCube Labs, a start-up entrepeneurship education company, where she is establishing the company’s U.S. operations. Prior to EnCube Labs, Lisa ran an independent consultancy for 14 years, providing strategic marketing services to a diverse customer set. Lisa serves as Co-Chair of the NH Citizens Health Initiative’s Leadership Advisory Board; as Board member of global information services firm Corporation Service Company; and as a member of the CEO Advisory Board to Citizen Schools, a national non-profit. She holds an MS in Management from MIT and a BA, cum laude, with Distinction in American Studies, from Yale.
Vice Chair: Daniel Henderson-
Daniel leads Keene State College's efforts to develop mutually beneficial strategic relationships between the college and the business community. Before moving into academia, Daniel was general counsel of Markem Corporation, a Keene, NH based manufacturing company. Daniel is a member of the board of directors on the New Hampshire Business Finance Authority and the Peterborough Players. An outdoors lover, Daniel is an avid cyclist, hiker and skier.
Secretary: Patrick Heneghan-
Treasurer: Patricia Campbell, DO-
Helen Heneghan, MD-
Johanna Mackenzie MPH-
Luke Chatburn, MD, PhD.
Cheryl Hamlin, MD-
Cheryl is a practicing ObGyn on staff at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass. Following residency at then Boston City Hospital in 1992, she worked at Cambridge Hospital, moving to Mount Auburn Hospital in 2007. She is interested in the care of underserved populations locally , nationally and internationally. To that end she also works at the Charles River Health Center, is working in underserved areas in Mississippi and has worked internationally in Guatemala as well as in other countries. With fellowship training in medical education, she is active as a clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School, also teaching medical students from Boston University School of Medicine. As a clinician-educator and Generalist ObGyn she is keenly aware of the struggles of maintaining surgical skills and keeping up with new technology.