Tracey Dodenhoff

Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Arizona State

Tracey Dodenhoff is Arizona State’s newly appointed Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, where she is responsible for accelerating the growth of entrepreneurship throughout the ASU community, the local Phoenix area and the broader state of Arizona. Residing within the University’s Knowledge Enterprise, Dodenhoff’s role is part of a collaborative university-wide effort to grow inclusive entrepreneurship across sectors, educational backgrounds and career stages. 

With a personal mission to “Help Good People do Great Things with Innovation”, Tracey is a mission-focused entrepreneur dedicated to high-impact solutions. Tracey’s deep experience encompasses technology entrepreneurship, innovation leadership and venture investing. Over her career, Tracey has launched and invested in over two dozen startups, as well as partnering with ventures to accelerate the growth of new product initiatives across material?innovation,?med tech, consumer, software/mobile and industrial verticals. Tracey specializes in integrating innovative business models with technology and accelerating scale through collaborations across geographies and disciplines. Most recently, she served as CEO of digital therapeutics company Medly Therapeutics Inc., as well as a commercialization advisor for robotics-as-a-service company Avendly, an entrepreneur-in-residence for Northeastern University, and an embedded entrepreneur for several DARPA-funded ventures. She holds an MBA from Babson College, an MID from Pratt Institute and a BS from Rhode Island College. She is also the holder of several patents in medical devices and software.