Manny Lopes, MBA

President and Chief Executive Officer, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center

Manny Lopes has had several positions at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC) since joining them at the age of 18, including roles in Information Technology, Human Resources, and Operations. After a mid-career stint outside the health center, during which Mr. Lopes worked as a business consultant and project manager for Fortune 1,000 companies helping chief executive officers, chief information officers, and chief financial officers redesign critical business processes, he rejoined EBNHC in 2004 as vice president and chief information officer.

In 2010, Mr. Lopes assumed the role of deputy chief executive officer and began working closely with Jack Cradock, then president of EBNHC, as part of the health center’s strategic succession plan. In 2012, after selection by the Board of Directors, Mr. Lopes became CEO and in January 2015, became president and CEO. 

Manny serves on many health care and government boards and committees. He is currently on the Boston Public Health Commission, Metropolitan Beach Commission, AmeriCorps Community HealthCorps Steering Committee, Northeastern University MBA Healthcare Advisory Board, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers Executive Board, and Boston Medical Center’s Board of Trustees, and the My Brother’s Keeper Boston Advisory Committee.  He was also privileged to serve on the transition committees for Mayor Marty Walsh and Governor Charlie Baker.

Mr. Lopes received a master’s degree in business administration from Northeastern University’s Graduate School of Business.