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Michael L. Fetters

Walter Carpenter Distinguished Professor and Professor of Accounting

Michael L Fetters, Walter Carpenter Distinguished Professor and Professor of Accounting at Babson College was Babson College’s first Provost and served as chairperson of the Accounting and Law Division. Currently Dr. Fetters is Director on Babson’s National Curriculum Design and Launch team for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses initiative as well as on the Curriculum Design and Launch team for the second version of the international, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Program.

He has been selected twice by the graduate students as the Thomas Kennedy Professor of the Year. Dr. Fetters consults in the areas of entrepreneurship ecosystem development, strategic planning and financial data interpretation for growth.

Currently, Dr. Fetters serves on several advisory boards for new ventures as well as on the Academic Advisory Board of Shanghai Tech University, School of Entrepreneurship and Management, Shanghai, China. Dr. Fetters holds a Ph.D. in Business and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his B.S. from Ohio State University and is a CPA.​

Douglas S. Burgoyne

Pharm.D, FAMCP

Douglas Burgoyne is President and CEO of Veridicus Health, a health and pharmacy benefits management (PBM) company based in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Veridicus companies provide health plans and self-funded employers with full suite health management solutions that improve quality and reduce unnecessary expense, including Care Management, Utilization Review, Medication Therapy Management, Medicare Part D EGWP solutions, retail pharmacy and PBM programs.

Prior to founding Veridicus Health, Dr Burgoyne held many leadership positions at other national PBMs and at a regional integrated health plan affiliated with Intermountain Health Care. In these roles, Dr Burgoyne’s responsibilities have included management of clinical pharmacy functions and programs, such as disease management, Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T) committee membership, prior authorization guideline development, employer and employee education programs, therapeutic conversion and generic substitution programs, as well as implementing corporate disease management initiatives. He also coordinated the management of injectable drugs and specialty pharmacy.

Dr Burgoyne is currently a member of AMCP, GRIP, and Utah AWARE; he is also a reviewer for JMCP. He previously served as, and still is, a preceptor for multiple schools across the nation. Over the years, Dr Burgoyne has authored and co-authored many publications and posters as well as presented in various conferences.

Dr Burgoyne is a Past President of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) for 2012–2013. During this period, he supported AMCP’s advocacy for managed care pharmacy principles at both the state and federal levels.

Dr Burgoyne was awarded the AMCP Fellow award in 2016 for his longstanding commitment and participation in the Academy as well as his overall excellence in the pharmaceutical world.

Anne-Marie Wright Lampropoulos

B.A., M.S.

Anne-Marie Wright Lampropoulos currently serves as the Vice President of Corporate Communications for Merit Medical Systems, Inc., where she oversees Investor Relations and Public Relations. She has written for several publications and worked as Deputy Director of Communications in the press office during Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s administration in New York City. Anne-Marie is a published author and has served on many Boards of Directors, including The Leonardo, Utah Symphony & Opera, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Discovery Gateway, Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, KUED and others. Anne-Marie graduated from Columbia University with a degree in political science and earned her Master’s degree from Columbia Journalism School. She is also the mother of three children.