Ms. Kimberly Fay Boucher
Technology Executive, Senior Lecturer at MIT’s Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship
Ms. Kimberly Fay Boucher is a senior business executive, civic leader, and college professor with over 25 years of experience leading high-performance organizations in technology, consumer products, and social enterprise/non-profit industries. Kim began her career in business management at leading companies such as GE, General Mills, Inc., and the Gillette Company.
After much success with Fortune 100 companies, Ms. Boucher pivoted to join Lycos, a fast growing, startup internet portal company. Here, she served as Vice President of E-commerce, overseeing global marketing, sales, engineering, and ecommerce infrastructure. Kim led the rapid scaling of the company from seventy employees to over 4,000 employees in just four years. She served on the Lycos Venture board where she evaluated over 100 young companies as possible strategic acquisitions or minority investments.
Most recently, Kim was the technology commercialization expert for Analog Devices (NASDAQ: ADI) internal venture fund. Prior to this, Kim drove change in the GTM strategy for ADI and was selected to run the global marketing organization across all business sectors: Communications, Autonomous and Electric Vehicles, Digital Healthcare, Digital Factory and Aerospace and Defense.
Kim has been a Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management since 2019.
A serial social entrepreneur, Kim cofounded and is a board director for the Women’s Foundation of Boston, and is an Entrepreneur in Residence for Swiss EP, teaching leadership and entrepreneurial skills to women including a stint in Vietnam in the Summer of 2022. She has founded, led, or participated as a Board Director in four non-profits and one pre-revenue AI software company.
Kim holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Industrial Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (“WPI”) and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.
Awards include WPI Athletic Hall of Fame, NCAA Academic All-American of Women’s basketball, and selected as HBS’s most well rounded student scholarship recipient.