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Jonathan M. Goldstein

Goldstein earned three degrees from MIT—bachelor’s degrees in chemical engineering and in biology, and a master’s in biochemical engineering—during which time he performed research in the lab of founding director David Baltimore. Subsequently, he earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and joined TA Associates, a Boston Based private equity investment firm. There he focused on investments in the healthcare sector, and in consumer and technology industries, becoming a managing director in 2000 and a senior advisor in 2014. Having served on more than a dozen corporate boards, he currently serves on the boards of nonprofits including Steppingstone Foundation, World Wide Web Foundation, and Winsor School. He also serves as co-chair of Massachusetts General Hospital for Children’s Advisory Board, and is a member of the MIT Corporation Development Committee, the UNICEF International Council, and PBS NOVA’s Science Visiting Council. An Institute board member since 2008, he chairs the Audit and Risk Committee and serves on the Investment Committee.