Madeleine is a healthcare business development and go-to-market strategist. She currently oversees strategic partnerships at Thirty Madison, a virtual-first specialty care company serving 1MM+ patients. She also leads new business creation, evaluating areas ripe for virtual care expansion.
Madeleine has experience working in strategic roles at various healthcare startups, primarily in the healthcare for women space, ranging from fertility and maternal care to health challenges that differently and disproportionately impact women+. She currently serves on the Steering Committee of a NIH and Bill & Melinda Gates Initiative called the Innovation Equity Forum, which is focused on women’s health innovation to inform global women’s health R&D strategies.
Madeleine is an investor and advisor for healthcare and social impact companies. She is currently a Venture Partner at Purpose Built Ventures, and previously led the Tuck Social Venture Fund. She is an experienced board leader and volunteer with a decade of experience working with community maternal and pediatric health organizations in addition to hospitals.
Madeleine received her MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business and started her career in financial services at Citi where she managed global transaction banking relationships with Fortune 100 clients.