Jennifer Paradis Behle
Jennifer Paradis Behle is chief executive of the Chappell Culpeper Foundation, a mid-sized private philanthropic foundation creating pathways for sustainable upward mobility for young people in Greater Philadelphia and Puerto Rico. She recently launched a mental health tech venture, Hau Therapeutics, developing an artificial intelligence to address the gap adolescents and youth face in accessing clinically effective mental health care. She previously served as a management consultant and director for Gap International; a business performance consulting firm; and in senior management roles with several healthcare organizations. Ms. Paradis Behle serves as a New York regional board member of UNICEF USA and leader of its Greater Philadelphia Committee, as well as on the board of trustees of The Haverford School, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation board, and chairs the Revenue Committee of Breastcancer.org's board. Ms. Paradis Behle earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, a certificate in nonprofit management from Duke University, and a master’s degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.