Harvard Management CEO Resigns

Stephen Blyth, the President and CEO of Harvard Management Company, has resigned for personal reasons, effective immediately. Blyth has been on medical leave since May 2016. Robert Ettl, Harvard Management Company’s chief operating officer, will continue to serve as interim CEO.

David Barrett Partners, an executive search firm, has been hired to find a permanent replacement for the CEO role.


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