Margaret Mulley, CPA - President
Margaret recently retired from Deloitte & Touche, LLP as a Senior Audit partner with more than 30 years’ experience in leadership, governance, and client service roles in the firm. From 2009 – 2012, she was the chief learning officer of Deloitte & Touche, LLP, leading an organizational transformation that involved recruiting and leading a team of professionals responsible for developing the technical, professional, and leadership learning for more than 12,000 auditors and risk consultants in the US to enable the successful launch of Deloitte University. In addition to her client service, she served as Managing Partner for Strategy, Innovation, Communications and Marketing for Deloitte & Touche, LLP and on the boards of Directors of Deloitte LLP and Deloitte & Touche LLP and from 1993 to 2002 she served as the Americas Leader for Emerging Growth Company Services for Deloitte & Touche, LLP.
Board memberships: Board of Directors and Board Secretary, Deloitte & Touche LLP, 2003–12; Board of Directors, Deloitte LLP, 1995–99
Education: Margaret graduated from Wellesley College with a degree in Mathematics. She earned masters degrees from Simmons College and MIT. She holds CPA licenses in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Family/Hobbies: Margaret is married to Albert Mulley, Jr., MD, MPP, who is the Director for the Center for Health Care Delivery Science at Dartmouth College. Margaret and Al have two adult children.
Gwendolyn S. Britton - Secretary
Gwen has experience in higher education curriculum development, faculty oversight, and teaching. Gwen is the Executive Director for the online STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs at Southern New Hampshire University. This role involves oversight of the student academic experience in the STEM Programs at SNHU's College of Online and Continuing Education. Her past experience includes Program Development for Information Technology, Teacher Education and Nursing Programs at Western Governor's University. In addition to her academic experience, Gwen has also worked as a software engineer.
Education: Gwen graduated from the University of Maine with a BA in Mathematics/ Computer Science. She earned an MS in Computer Technology in Education from Thomas College. She earned a Ph.D. in Computer Technology in Education from Nova Southeastern University.
Family/Hobbies: Gwen lives in New London, NH and has two daughters, one son-in-law, two grand kids, and one miniature sheltie. Hobbies include playing with her grandkids, skiing, hiking, volleyball, swimming, running, painting, drawing.
Theodore "Ted" Reeves, P.E. - Treasurer
Ted Reeves is currently the vice president for Development and Real Estate at Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow, Vermont. In this position, Ted is responsible for the conceptualization, design development, permitting, financing, and construction of all vertical development at Okemo. He is also responsible for the real estate sales at the resort. Prior to his position at Okemo, Ted was the director of permits, compliance, and engineering waste systems for Casella Waste Systems, an international provider of solid waste, recycling, and renewable energy solutions. Ted was a consulting engineer for 18 years prior to joining Casella. He is a registered Professional Engineer in five states.
Board memberships and community service: Ted is currently the Board President for Connecticut River Transit, a non-profit rural transit provider in southern and central Vermont. He has also served as past Board President for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing recreational opportunities for people with physical and mental disabilities. Ted serves on the Development Review Board for the Town of Springfield, Vermont and is the past chair of Springfield's Downtown Development Review Commission.
Family/Hobbies: Ted and his wife have four adult children.
K. Blake Darcy
Blake has spent most of his career on Wall Street. He founded the online brokerage firm DLJdirect in 1987 and led the firm as its CEO from 1987 through 2001. During this time, he launched online brokerage joint ventures in Japan and in Hong Kong, while also launching a stand-alone online firm in the UK. In the late 1990’s, Blake formed a technology firm, iNautix, to provide Internet solutions to other financial services firms. As part of this venture, he formed an offshore facility in India ,which now has over 4,000 employees. He took DLJdirect public in 1999 as one of the largest internet IPOs in NYSE history.
In 2008, Blake co-founded an online money management firm, Formula Investing, with value investor Joel Greenblatt. Formula Investing created a series of mutual funds and investment strategies for individuals and institutions. The firm is now known as Gotham Asset Management and manages billions in assets through private investment vehicles and institutional class mutual funds.
Education: Blake graduated cum laude from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY with a degree in Government.
Board memberships: Blake currently serves on six boards, including MedU. He is on the board of three start-up firms: Quantopian, a Boston-based crowd sourced hedge fund; CarNow, a Hanover, NH based firm developing innovative chat solutions for the automotive industry; and, Trading Ticket, a NYC-based financial services technology firm. He also serves as the Treasurer and Board Member to the Upper Valley Humane Society, and recently joined the board of Crossroads Academy in Lyme, NH.
Family: Blake lives in the Upper Valley with his wife and three children.
Jan Jones-Schenk, DHSc, RN, N.E.-BC.
Dr. Jones-Schenk is the National Director of the College of Health Professions/Chief Nursing Officer at Western Governors University. Western Governors is a private, not-for-profit, regionally accredited national university. The College of Health Professions offers degrees in nursing, health informatics and health administration and has over 16,000 students enrolled nationwide. Dr. Jones-Schenk originated WGU's contemporary, multi-state, prelicensure nursing program using an alternative clinical education model and competency based learning. That program has been approved by the Boards of Nursing in California, Texas, Indiana, Florida and Utah and has an enrollment of 450 prelicensure BSN students most of which are working adults. All WGU nursing programs are CCNE accredited.
Dr. Jones-Schenk has worked as an ED staff nurse, nurse manager, nurse administrator, nurse consultant, and now nurse educator. She served six years on the Board of Directors of the American Nurses Association and is Past President of the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). She spearheaded the development of ANCC's international unit (Credentialing International) and has presented widely in Europe and the UK on nursing accreditation and credentialing. She has a Masters degree in Nursing Administration, is a Board Certified Nurse Administrator, and has a Doctorate in Health Sciences with an emphasis on Global Health. She is the 2015 recipient of the U.S. Distance Learning Association’s Award for Outstanding Leadership by an Individual in the Field of Distance Learning.
Leslie Fall, MD - MedU Executive Director and Ex Officio Board Member
Dr. Leslie Fall is a MedU co-founder. She is a Professor of Pediatrics (Hospital Medicine), Vice Chair for Pediatric Education, and the Associate Dean for Faculty Development at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Leslie served as a pediatric clerkship director for over ten years and a pediatric residency director for five years. She is a member of the inaugural class of the Geisel School of Master Educators, and was elected to the Academic Pediatric Society in 2013. A graduate of the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) program, Leslie is a nationally recognized expert in learning design and faculty development in medical education. She recently co-led the pedagogy, teaching, and mentorship working group for the Dartmouth College strategic plan.
National committees: Leslie served on the Executive Committee of the Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) from 2001-2004, and as the leader of the COMSEP Faculty Development Task Force from 2004-2008.
Education: Leslie graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles with a degree in Kinesiology and received her MD from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth (formerly Dartmouth Medical School). She completed a fellowship in medical education from Michigan State University in 1996.
Family/Hobbies: Leslie and her husband have three children, two in college and one in high school. She is an avid reader who enjoys cooking, running, and gardening.
- Chris Forman, MBA: October 2009 - February 2013
- William F. Garrity, MA: December 2010- May 2013
- Theodore MacVeagh, JD: June 2007 – June 2010
- David Nierenberg, MD: June 2007 – June 2009
- John Modlin, MD: May 2006 – October 2007
- Harold "Hal" Sox, MD: September 2010 – October 2014
- John Stephens: November 2007 – November 2013
- Norm Berman, MD, MedU Co-Founder: May 2006 - July 2015