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Corbin Petro

Board Member & Advisor, Founding CEO, Eleanor Health & Benevera Health

Corbin Petro is a prominent healthcare CEO, entrepreneur, and mission-driven leader recognized for her role advancing valuebased care, particularly for underserved populations. She is the founding CEO of Eleanor Health, a category defining company that changed the industry by providing evidence-based, whole person care for individuals and populations with substance use disorder and mental health needs. Corbin founded and led Eleanor Health through its Series C funding, bringing on top-tier investors and raising more than $100M to change both the care model and payment systems for an often-overlooked population.

Prior to Eleanor Health, Corbin was the founding CEO of Benevera Health, a payer-provider JV and population health company. Corbin has an extensive background in healthcare including serving as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Massachusetts Department of Medicaid (MassHealth), a $13 billion agency providing health care to 1.4 million Massachusetts residents; advising a US Senator on healthcare reform; and roles at Bain and Company, Goldman Sachs, Deloitte Consulting, and American Management Systems.

Corbin is passionate about improving healthcare for vulnerable populations; advancing equity for women and marginalized groups; and promoting animal rights. She is active as Co-Chair of the Board of Visitors of Fenway Health, a minority owner of the Utah Royals (URFC) Women’s Professional Soccer team, and Advisor or Board Member to more than ten healthcare start-ups.

As a former collegiate distance runner, she enjoys long distance running and biking, has completed 5 marathons, and biked solo, self-supported, across the country covering 3,200 miles in 33 days. She is active in local and regional politics, previously serving as the Chair and Treasurer of a campaign for Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor. Corbin was honored to be one of fifteen healthcare executives under 40 named a “2018 Up and Comer” by Modern Healthcare.

She received a BA from Yale University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.