Mark E. Denneen

Trustee at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Mark E. Denneen

Mark E. Denneen

Trustee at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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(Denneen & Company)

Mark Denneen, President & CEO
Mark Denneen founded Denneen & Company in 1993 to develop a consulting practice that would be highly skilled in brand management , marketing capabilities and enterprise growth strategy. As CEO of Denneen & Company and a practicing consultant, Mark plays a hands-on role in leading complex projects that identify and drive critical short- and long-term growth strategies. He leads client teams on strategy and management issues, and advises on the implementation and stewardship of growth initiatives. He has worked with clients across a broad range of industries, including consumer packaged goods; financial services; healthcare; higher education; life sciences; manufacturing; oil, gas, and petrochemicals; retail; professional services; and transportation. His consulting work is highly regarded for its contribution to clients' business performance, and for the skill and knowledge transfer that helps build competencies among management within the client's organization.

Previously, Mark gained experience in general management, strategy, consumer packaged goods marketing, and organizational leadership as a brand manager in the Health Care Division of Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati. He also served as an account director at Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising in New York, where he managed the Johnson & Johnson and McNeil Consumer Products accounts. Prior to founding Denneen & Company, he served as the chief operating officer of IST, a New Jersey-based direct marketing and contract manufacturing firm serving the Fortune 500, where he managed a 200-person organization.

A graduate of Milton Academy, Mark received his A.B. from Harvard College and his M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School. Mark has served as a director and an advisor to many educational and nonprofit health care organizations, both in the Boston area and nationally. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, in Philadelphia, PA; the Adams Memorial Foundation in Washington, D.C.; and Milton Academy in Milton, MA.

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Assistant Secretary at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Assistant Secretary at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Surgeon in Chief at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Senior Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Physician-in-Chief & Chairman, Department of Pediatrics at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Pathologist-in-Chief at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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President at Babson College

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President at Comcast Business Communications LLC

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Trustee at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
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Since its start in 1855 as the nation's first hospital devoted exclusively to caring for children, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has been the birthplace for many dramatic firsts in pediatric medicine. The Hospital has fostered medical discoveries and innovations that have improved pediatric healthcare and saved countless children’s lives. Over 150 years of innovation and service to our patients, their families and our community, reflect an ongoing commitment to exceptional patient care.

Member, Board of Trustees
Current

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation is a charitable, tax-exempt organization benefiting The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Philanthropic support from donors sustains vital programs that are not reimbursed through insurance, funds pediatric healthcare, research and clinical education, and drives the Hospital's growth.

Member, Board of Trustees
Prior

A Brief History of Milton Academy buildingMilton's Bicentennial in 1998 marked the Academy's charter, given in 1798 under the Massachusetts land-grant policy. It bequeathed to the school a responsibility to "open the way for all the people to a higher order of education than the common schools can supply" (Richard Hale, Milton Academy, 1948). Milton was established as a coeducational day school, and preparation for college was the primary goal of the school's program. Just after the school's centennial, reacting to a marked increase in the interest of separate education for young women, the Academy was divided into separate schools. For many years, the Milton Academy Boys' School and Girls' School maintained separate faculties, facilities and student bodies. Today, Milton has returned to its coeducational roots. Academic standards, facilities, endowment resources, curricular and extra-curricular offerings, the size of the faculty and student body, admission applications and annual giving—all facets of the Academy's activities—have strengthened and expanded during the School's second century. Milton has consciously nurtured and enhanced a vibrant campus life, and today, both young people and adults at Milton cite the diversity of the school community as a crucial element of living and learning. Students and faculty at Milton, as varied and exciting as they are, attract others who want to learn and to teach in a stimulating environment. One of Milton's strengths is maintaining a campus life that optimizes the benefits of a boarding school and a day school. The full involvement of both of these student populations in the life of the school enhances and broadens the experience of each of the respective groups. Both boarding students and day students lead and participate in all aspects of School life. Milton Academy distinguishes itself by building a vital and effective community based on self-confidence and respect of individuals. The School fosters an atmosphere of intellectual freedom and responsibility and encourages initiative and the open exchange of ideas. Doing so demands considerable energy. Teaching and learning at Milton Academy are active processes, encouraged and supported by common respect for the intelligence, talents and potential of each member of the School

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Since its start in 1855 as the nation's first hospital devoted exclusively to caring for children, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has been the birthplace for many dramatic firsts in pediatric medicine. The Hospital has fostered medical discoveries and innovations that have improved pediatric healthcare and saved countless children’s lives. Over 150 years of innovation and service to our patients, their families and our community, reflect an ongoing commitment to exceptional patient care.

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