Anne Doyle is President of Lasell Village, the country’s first and only 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. Anne 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. In November 2019, Lasell Village was named as one of the Top 100 Women-led businesses in Massachusetts by The Commonwealth Institute and The Boston Globe.
Anne has an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University, and was a Fulbright scholar in Sweden where her passion for thinking differently about aging began. Anne serves on the global Age Friendly Foundation Board of Directors, as well as on other national and state-level Boards of Directors. She is an avid cyclist and fundraiser for health care and climate causes.