Anne Doyle is President of Lasell Village, the country’s first senior living community with an educational requirement. It was founded in 2000 with a core philosophy of intergenerational study, guided by an intellectually enriched lifestyle on a university campus. Doyle brings over thirty years of management experience serving in leadership roles in health systems, the public sector, the insurance industry, consulting, and with a healthcare technology start up. She is recognized as a change agent in organizations committed to designing innovative programs and services for living well. Doyle has an MBA from Stanford, a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University, and was a Fulbright scholar in Sweden where her passion for thinking differently about aging began. She serves on several national and state-level Boards of Directors, and is an avid cyclist and fundraiser for health care and climate causes.