Anne-Marie Maman '84

Executive Director, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council

Anne-Marie Maman is the Executive Director of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council. The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) was established in 2015 by Princeton University as its advisory and coordination body on entrepreneurship. PEC works closely with many existing organizations both on and off campus to promote entrepreneurship on campus and among its alumni. She has been responsible for driving changes to Princeton’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, developing programs designed to meet the needs of faculty, grad students, and alumni entrepreneurs. Anne-Marie and her team initiated and are running a variety of programs focused on educating entrepreneurs of all levels and ages for Princeton affiliated and non-affiliated entrepreneurs. Anne-Marie was involved in the creation, design, and recent launch of a new 31,000 ft2 Princeton Innovation Center Biolabs. The Entrepreneurship Council was involved in the creation of the Princeton Alumni Angels, an independent alumni group which has invested over $11 million in Princeton-connected startups over the four years since its creation.

Anne-Marie started her career focusing on early customer discovery and product/market fit for cutting edge technologies within large healthcare companies. Her passion for creating and introducing new medical inventions that improve patient care brought her into startups. She founded three medical technology companies: LumenVu (a bedside method of placing catheters without the need for x-rays, funded by Ben Franklin Technology Partners and BioAdvance, acquired by SonoSite (now Fuji Film)); PhOx Diagnostics (a technology to detect bacteria in real-time also funded by BFTP); and Oxygense (a system for the early detection of hemorrhagic shock, funded by SBIRs).

Anne-Marie has an AB in English from Princeton University, and an MBA in health care marketing and finance from the Kellogg School of Management.