Alan LeBovidge ’64

Alan LeBovidge is retired, having had a long and varied career in the both the public and private sectors. Most recently, he was the chief financial officer for Brandot International, an investment company specializing in joint venture partnerships in the apparel and textile industry. Previously, he served as executive director of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority from 2007 to 2009 after serving as Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Revenue – having been coaxed out of retirement in 2001 by Governor Jane Swift.

Alan first retired in 1999 after a 32-year career at the firm that started as Lybrand, Ross Bros. & Montgomery and is now PriceWaterhouseCoopers. He was a partner in the firm, which is considered one of the Big Four accounting firms, for 25 years. He held a number of management positions including vice chairman, taxes for five years. In that capacity he oversaw the national tax operations for then Coopers & Lybrand and managed about 3,000 tax professionals.

Before being named partner, LeBovidge spent seven years with as a tax professional serving private and public companies in both state and federal tax matters.

Graduating from UMass Amherst in 1964 with a BA in economics, he earned a law degree from Boston College School of Law in 1967. He received a master of laws in taxation from Boston University and certified public accountant’s certificate from the Commonwealth.

LeBovidge is a trustee and head of the audit committee at both the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Lawrence General Hospital. He chairs the finance committee in his hometown of North Andover, MA, where he resides with his wife, Carol. They have two grown children and five grandchildren.