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2017 Fall Symposium Panelist Profile:
Mike Critelli

Former CEO and former Chairman of Pitney Bowes – transitioned the Company’s entire installed equipment base from electromechanical and electronic technology to digital networked systems between 1996 and 2007. It was ranked as one of America’s most innovative companies, and in the top 200 of patents issued during Critelli’s tenure. He was awarded 15 U.S. patents that arose during his tenure at Pitney Bowes.  He is currently a member of the North American Advisory Boards of Alexander Proudfoot, and CVC Capital Partners, one of the world’s leading private equity firms.

 In 2012, he also became a member of the Board of ProHealth Physicians, Inc., the largest primary care physician services organization in New England.

In December 2010, he became the President and CEO of the Dossia Service Corporation, an organization he co-founded, along with Craig Barrett, then the Chairman and CEO of Intel Corporation. Dossia is a software and technology firm for consumer-driven healthcare.

Between 2001 and 2005, Critelli co-led the Mailing Industry Task Force, along with Deputy Postmaster General John Nolan, to enable the U.S. Postal Service to work with the private sector on a variety of initiatives, and was used as an industry spokesperson during the 2001 anthrax bioterrorism incidents.

In 2001, Critelli and Jim Euchner, his leader of Advanced Concepts and Technologies, launched a customer-centered process incorporated into major product development initiatives. Clayton Christensen of the Harvard Business School recognized this as a leading-edge innovation process.

He has been a member of the Board of Eaton Corporation, a leading global power management company, since 1998.

He is a member of the advisory boards of RAND Health and the Yale School of Public Health.

He is a member of the Connecticut Affiliate of Social Venture Partners.

He is a Vice Chair of the Board of the Regional Plan Association, a Tri-State organization, the mission of which is to improve the New York metropolitan region’s economic health, environmental sustainability and quality of life through research, planning and advocacy.

He graduated from the Harvard Law School with a J.D. cum laude in 1974.