The Kerry Murphy Healey Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship is where innovation meets entrepreneurship to convene the key elements and stakeholders of the health sector to bring health, economic, and social value for all, with a focus on health equity and justice. The KMH Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship aims to provide cutting-edge experiential learning, research, and advanced education and mentoring. We intend to impact our Babson community with current and the 1400+ Babson alum in the health sector along with entrepreneurial leaders in the health sector globally.
The KMH Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship has three significant pillars of activity that impact a diverse set of stakeholders, including undergraduate and graduate students, Babson alumni, and entrepreneurial leaders in the health sector (including in healthcare delivery, medical devices, digital health, and drug development). Our Experiential Learning pillar includes our Global Health Innovation Lab in partnership with Rwanda’s University of Global Health Equity. Our Research pillar includes 16 faculty who explore current trends in health innovation, entrepreneurship, analytics, health equity, and employee health and well-being. Our Advanced Education and Mentoring pillar provides continuing educational opportunities on Entrepreneurial Leadership in the Health Sector, Inclusive Innovation and Commercialization Programs, and Executive and Employee Wellness offerings.
A gift to the KMH Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship gives Center is both a direct investment in the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders in the health sector and in Babson’s continued position as a leader in educational opportunities to create economic, social, and health value in the U.S. and abroad.
If you have any questions about making a gift, please contact the Fund for Babson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-239-4393.