Corbin Petro


Board Member & Advisor | Founding CEO of Eleanor Health & Benevera Health

About me

Corbin Petro is a prominent healthcare CEO, entrepreneur, and mission-driven leader recognized for her role advancing value- based care, particularly for underserved populations. She serves as an independent and trusted Advisor & Board Member to PE/VC firms, and mission-driven organizations in both the public and private sectors.

Corbin is the founding CEO of Eleanor Health, an organization providing evidence-based, whole person care for individuals and populations with substance use disorder and mental health needs. She founded and led Eleanor Health as CEO through its Series C funding, bringing on top-tier investors and raising more than $100M to change both the care model and payment systems for an often-overlooked population.

Prior to Eleanor Health, Corbin was the founding CEO of Benevera Health, a payer-provider JV and population health company. Corbin has an extensive background in healthcare including serving as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Massachusetts Department of Medicaid (MassHealth), a $13 billion agency providing health care to 1.4 million Massachusetts residents; advising a US Senator on healthcare reform; and roles at Bain and Company, Goldman Sachs, Deloitte Consulting, and American Management Systems.

Corbin is passionate about improving healthcare for vulnerable populations and advancing equity for women and marginalized groups. She is active as Co-Chair of the Board of Visitors of Fenway Health, a minority owner of the Utah Royals Women’s Professional Soccer team, Chair of Health Evolution’s VBC group, and advisor to several healthcare start-ups.

A former collegiate distance runner, she enjoys long distance running & biking, has completed 5 marathons, and biked solo, self-supported, across the country covering 3,200 miles in 33 days. She is active in local and regional politics, previously serving as the Chair and Treasurer of a campaign for Mass Lieutenant Governor.

Corbin was honored to be one of fifteen healthcare executives under 40 named a “2018 Up and Comer” by Modern Healthcare. She received a BA from Yale University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.