President, Co-Founder, and Member of the Board of Directors, The Termeer Foundation
Belinda Termeer is the President, Co-Founder, and Member of the Board of Directors of The Termeer Foundation. She is also the head of the Termeer family office. Belinda brings unparalleled passion to The Termeer Foundation, as well as significant experience serving on boards of directors for both nonprofit and for-profit organizations, both within and beyond the life sciences industry. In 1998, together with her late husband, Henri Termeer, she started the Termeer family office and has since managed its assets. In 2011, she and Henri established the Henri and Belinda Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at Massachusetts General Hospital with the goal of developing a best-in-class center for personalized medicine, building on Henri’s work as Genzyme’s CEO focused on rare diseases.
Belinda also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of PIC Therapeutics, the Board of Directors of BIO Ventures for Global Health, the Board of Fellows and the Discovery Committee at Harvard Medical School, the President’s Council at Massachusetts General Hospital, the Board of Directors of Celebrity Series of Boston, the leadership council of the Silent Spring Institute, the Board of Directors of GBH, the Women in Science and Engineering Committee at the Museum of Science, and as Trustee Emerita of the Boston Ballet.