Beth Terrana

Beth Terrana retired from Fidelity Investments in 2003 after a successful 20-year career managing numerous equity mutual funds and turned her attention to the non-profit institutions she is passionate about. She currently chairs the board of Dana-Farber Children’s Hospital Cancer Care. She also serves on the board of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute where she is the vice chair of the Governance Committee. Beth also serves on the Boston Children’s Hospital Investment Committee, where she is a former member of their Trust Board. Beth is a former board member of Buckingham Browne and Nichols School as well as Beaver Country Day School. While serving on the Beaver board, Beth chaired their last strategic planning initiative as well as the educational policy committee. She is also an honorary board member of the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston and an overseer at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.

Beth was a founding co-chair of the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers Executive Council, whose mission is to educate women, create advocacy and fundraise for early stage research projects.

Beth trained to be a uAspire College Affordability Advisor in 2015 as a way to better understand the challenges low-income and first-generation students face when determining how to make a college education affordable. With this new knowledge and expertise, she volunteers alongside staff advisors in high schools around Boston.

Most recently, Beth became an engaged member of Hub Angels, a Boston-based angel investment group.

Beth received her Bachelor of Science at the State University of New York at Binghamton and her Masters of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. She resides in Boston, Massachusetts, and has two children, ages 24 and 19.