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    Game Changers

    Who made the Globe’s list of 2016 Game Changers?

    These 46 innovators had the vision, leadership, and determination to make a difference in lives around the world and around the corner.

    Illustrations by Travis Price

    The following people and organizations are on our list of 2016 Game Changers. They did extraordinary things last year, reshaping the way we live and work.

    Edited by Steven Syre


    Vikram Aggarwal, founder of EnergySage

    Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare

    Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

    Boston Dynamics

    Ed Boyden, MIT professor

    Bunker Hill Community College


    Leonard Campanello, Gloucester’s police chief

    Celticare Health Plan

    Darius Cephas, McDonald’s employee who helped Fight for $15 effort

    CRISPR Therapeutics

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    Daily Table, a nonprofit grocery in Dorchester

    Stephen Darr, bankruptcy trustee in TelexFree case

    Digital Lumens

    Sheila Dillon, Boston’s housing czar


    Nathan Eagle, cofounder and CEO of Jana


    Janet Echelman, artist

    Editas Medicine Inc.

    Paul English, entrepreneur

    Future Chefs

    Future of Life Institute

    Jessie Gaeta, chief medical officer at Boston Health Care for the Homeless

    General Electric


    Pamela Hatchfield, MFA conservator

    Oksana Hradyska, founder of Sitters Without Borders

    IBM Watson Health

    Intellia Therapeutics Inc.


    Mandarin Oriental Hotel

    City of Marlborough

    Massachusetts General Hospital


    New Balance


    Partners HealthCare

    Poseidon Water



    Emily Reichert of Greentown Labs

    Brian Shortsleeve, MBTA’s chief administrator


    Corey Thomas, CEO of Rapid7

    Conor Walsh, Harvard engineering professor

    Amos Winter, MIT professor

    Woodframe apartments

    Steve Wynn, casino mogul

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