2023 ACG Boston: Women of Leadership Fall Networking

WOL Boston

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November 1, 2023 5 PM - 7:30 PM EDT

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Online registration for this event is now closed. Walk-in attendees are welcome, subject to an additional fee.

The Women of Leadership Council invites you to join us for our Fall Networking Night on November 1!   We’ll gather at Sullivan & Worcester's office in Boston for drinks, apps, networking, and to hear C-level executives discuss the impact, disruption, and innovation AI is having across various industries.

ACG Boston's Women of Leadership events bring together women in the region's M&A community to connect, build trusted relationships, and develop a stronger peer network for business and career development.


  • 5:00pm - 5:30pm: Registration
  • 5:30pm – 6:15pm: Speaker
  • 6:15pm – 7:30pm: Networking


  • ACG Members: $65.00
  • Non-Members: $105.00


Eleanor Dillon

Eleanor Dillon

Principal Economist
Microsoft Research New England
Christina Mott

Christina Mott

Chief Operating Officer
Marsh McLennan Agency

Christina Mott is Chief Operating Officer of Marsh McLennan Agency, a business of Marsh McLennan, and is responsible for operational best practices, innovation, and technology initiatives. Christina has more than 25 years of global experience in innovation, product management, strategy, sales, and operations. Christina started her career in sales at Pitney Bowes and moved into product management where she ultimately found her passion for innovation. Prior to joining MMC, Christina served as Chief Operating Officer of Switzerland-based Think Tools, Inc. and established their U.S. presence. In 2004, Christina joined Marsh McLennan Companies (MMC) and worked at Oliver Wyman, Marsh, and MMC Corporate where she served as Global Head of Innovation.

Alex Zimmerman

Alex Zimmerman

CEO & Co-Founder

Alexandra Zimmerman is the CEO of BrainSpec, a precision neuroimaging startup company founded out of Brigham & Women’s Hospital. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University, her Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering from Brown University, and an MBA from Harvard University. In the Harvard Business School MBA program, she received the R.F. Jasse Distinguished Award in Entrepreneurship and Leadership. Under Alex’s leadership, BrainSpec Inc. has achieved significant milestones, including the development of the first of its kind a central database for brain metabolite levels, which is currently under evaluation with the FDA. This breakthrough database holds great potential for advancing the understanding and diagnosis of neurological disorders. Furthermore, BrainSpec's technology earned FDA Breakthrough Device Designation for its detection of 2-hydroxyglutarate (2HG) in gliomas. Alex’s experience as a Blavatnik Fellow in Life Science Entrepreneurship at Harvard University played a vital role in the company's success, bridging the gap between scientific research and practical applications in the field of neuroscience.

Natalie Lederman

Natalie Lederman (Moderator)

Sullivan & Worcester

Natalie represents a diverse base of clients, including public and private companies, domestic and international, in a broad range of business and finance matters with a focus on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance, joint venture and financing transactions (including multi-jurisdictional trade and export finance transactions) and governance. She represents companies across various industries, including finance, technology, media, energy, sports, healthcare, manufacturing and design. Additionally, Natalie has unique experience in advising dozens of blockchain and digital asset businesses of various sizes on complex regulatory challenges. She advises her clients in the formation and development of digital asset and cryptocurrency-based companies and technologies, on token, NFT and other digital asset sales, other generation and distribution events, and market infrastructure and exchange solutions on distributed ledger technology. She also counsels clients on domestic and cross-border cutting-edge distributed ledger and cryptocurrency, fintech and other consumer finance transactions. Clients also benefit from Natalie's experience in litigating matters arising out of complex corporate and financial transactions and contractual disputes. Her IP experience includes preparing various intellectual property agreements (including purchases, assignments and licensing agreements), and she has counseled clients regarding selection and maintenance of trademarks, as well as copyright and domain name issues. Natalie also currently serves as the Director of Sullivan’s Summer Associate Program. Prior to practicing law, Natalie was a financial consultant with Deloitte LLP in New York, advising national leadership on strategy initiatives, mergers and acquisitions.

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