John Fish - 2022 World Medical Innovation Forum
John Fish
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John Fish

Board Chair, Brigham Health

Chairman & CEO, Suffolk

John F. Fish is the Chairman and CEO of Suffolk. Under his vision and leadership, Suffolk has grown into one of the leading privately held general building contractors in the country. With approximately $4 billion in annual revenue, Suffolk is currently ranked #23 on the Engineering News-Record national list of “Top 400 Contractors” and #13 on the publication’s list of “Top 100 CM-at-Risk Firms.”

Mr. Fish is a fixture on numerous Boards focused on improving the economy and raising the competitiveness of the Northeast region. He has been appointed the incoming Chair of the Real Estate Roundtable and sits on the National Construction Industry Roundtable and National Business Roundtable. He is the founding member and former Chair of the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership (MACP) and former Chairman of the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He is on the Advisory Board for the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at Harvard Kennedy School. In New York City, Mr. Fish is a Director of the Real Estate Board of New York and a member of the Partnership for New York City and New York Building Congress.

Mr. Fish serves as Chair of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and sits on the Executive Committee of Mass General Brigham. He also serves on the Board of the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research at Northwell Health. Mr. Fish is the Chair of the Board at Boston College—he is the first non-alumnus to be appointed to this role and is currently serving for the second time.

Mr. Fish is a graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. He received an Honorary Doctorate of Engineering Technology Degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology, is the recipient of an honorary degree from Regis College and received an honorary degree in Business Administration from Curry College.

the Future of Medicine and AI

May 11–13, 2020 | Boston, MA