Tracey Dodenhoff

VP, Strategic Development

As Vice President of Strategic Development, Tracey leverages market trends, global insights, and technology innovations to deepen our client partnerships and align growth opportunities with client needs.

An entrepreneurial leader driven by rapid value creation, Tracey’s background encompasses technology entrepreneurship, innovation leadership, and venture investing. Tracey has generated millions in revenue and value for clients and as founding executive/entrepreneur for multiple early stage initiatives. Over her career, Tracey has launched and invested in over two dozen startups, partnering with ventures to accelerate the growth of new product initiatives across medical, consumer, software and industrial verticals.

She has also created record-breaking innovation, entrepreneurship, and industry engagement initiatives for academic institutions such as Northeastern University and Brown University. On the corporate side, she has developed new, scalable models for companies such as Informa’s Front End of Innovation, Hyundai’s Future Technology Group, and Analogue Devices, helping these large organizations tap into early stage innovations and ventures.

Tracey is on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC), the largest regional medtech association in the United States. She is also on the IGNITE Steering Committee where early stage medtech ventures are showcased to the MassMEDIC membership. She also serves on the Board of Directors and Board of Advisors for several early-stage device and software companies.

Tracey holds an M.B.A. in Entrepreneurship and Marketing from Babson College, a Master's of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, and a B.S. in Industrial Technology from Rhode Island College.