Chief Investment Officer, Boston Children's Hospital
In May 2010, Philip Rotner joined Children’s Hospital Boston as its first Chief Investment Officer and established the organization’s investment office. He is responsible for overseeing the investment assets of the endowment and pension plan. Prior to joining Children’s Hospital Boston, he was a Managing Director in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Investment Management Company (MITIMCO). MITIMCO is responsible for the management of MIT’s investment assets. His role was evaluating and investing in private equity opportunities globally as well as for Asian public equity manager relationships for the MIT Endowment and the MIT Retirement Plan. He also represented MIT’s interests on numerous advisory/valuation boards. Mr. Rotner was also President of the MIT Private Equity Fund. The MIT Private Equity Fund invested alongside the MIT private equity program in new relationships. Prior to joining MIT in 1992, Mr. Rotner was previously employed as a Vice President in Bank of Boston’s Corporate Finance Department and as a Lending Officer with Bank of Tokyo Trust Company. He received a BA in Economics and Asian Studies from Amherst College and an MBA from the University of Chicago.