By James Cohen
Martin Tannenbaum brings over 40 years of experience helping nonprofit and for-profit organizations learn, grow and innovate. He developed his expertise through a series of senior leadership positions at Merrill Lynch (as Group Vice President, Business Financial Services), Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (as Executive Director of New and Traditional Products), and as Chief Operating Officer at The Idea Factory. He also gained deep insights as a consultant with several premier nonprofit organizations: The Boston Foundation, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and Yale-New Haven Medical Center. He currently consults with Jewish Family and Children’s Services. Martin serves as Resource Development Chair and a board member Sha’ar Zahav as well as Rhoda Goldman Plaza. He is also a past board chair of Keshet. Martin received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Harvard University, and an MBA, with honors, from Boston University.