Anne M. McGeorge, M.S., C.P.A.
Anne M. McGeorge is the former Global Managing Partner of Grant Thornton's Health Care and Life Sciences Practices.
Ms. McGeorge created the healthcare/life sciences practice for Grant Thornton, and she grew it to a $250 million global business in 10 years. She has also personally advised health care clients for 35 years in all aspects of finance and transformational change, including strategy, M&A, joint ventures, financial statement audits, corporate restructuring, governance, talent acquisition, executive compensation, IRS matters and risk management.
Prior to Grant Thornton, Ms. McGeorge served as a Partner at Deloitte as well as Arthur Andersen LLP. Ms. McGeorge serves on the faculty of the University of North Carolina's Gillings School of Global Public Health, and she is a past instructor for Duke University's various post-graduate Certificate Programs. She is also a member of the Women Business Leaders in Healthcare.
Ms. McGeorge currently serves on the board of directors of Be The Match, a non-profit that maintains the national database for bone marrow and stem cell transplants, where she serves on the Audit/Finance Committee and the New Technologies Committee. The New Technologies Committee identifies and invests in innovative start-up companies consistent with the mission of saving lives through cellular therapies, and Anne is involved in the sourcing and due diligence of these potential investments.
Ms. McGeorge also serves on the board of directors of Dioko Health Ventures, a healthcare venture capital firm targeting early-stage investment opportunities with a focus on healthcare and technology.
Ms. McGeorge received a B.B.A. in Accounting from the College of William and Mary and an M.S. in Accounting/Taxation from the University of Virginia. She has participated in numerous leadership development courses at the Harvard Business School.