CAMBRIDGE, MA—TiE-Boston, the local chapter of TiE-Global, one of the largest global not-for-profit organizations fostering entrepreneurship in the world, has appointed Laura Teicher as its new Executive Director. She replaces Anu Yadav, who left the second oldest TiE chapter in July.
“Laura brings a passion for impactful leadership grounded in experience managing business operations that will help us to strengthen current programs and events, grow our community, and establish ourselves as leaders in the eco system,” said TiE-Boston President Praveen Tailam.
Teicher served as Events Chair for two years and recently completed a term as President of the Boston chapter of Net Impact, a global association that connects and empowers professionals. She earned her MBA from Boston University. She completed portions of her studies in China and Brazil.
Her prior work includes three years with the Massachusetts Senate.
Since 1997, TiE-Boston has been supporting entrepreneurs by offering education, mentorship, networking, and funding opportunities. TiE-Boston connects entrepreneurs with each other and other stakeholders in the ecosystem, including seasoned serial entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, service providers, and early customers.
TiE-Boston is a chapter of TiE-Global, the largest global not-for-profit organization fostering entrepreneurship. TiE-Boston members leverage the global network of members from 61 chapters in 18 countries. TiE has 12,000 members throughout the world, and has contributed over $250 billion in wealth creation.