Recognized globally as one of the world’s top women in international finance, Mary was appointed by President Ronald Reagan and confirmed by the US Senate to the Board of the International Monetary Fund. She was also tapped by the George H.W. Bush Administration to head the $150 billion Federal Home Loan Bank System during the savings and loan crisis. For President George W. Bush, she led a Congressionally chartered commission to advise the US government on how to more effectively use its nearly $30 billion of US foreign aid. Mary spent the early part of her career in New York with some of the world’s largest global financial institutions and led ground-breaking financings internationally for Fortune 500 multinational companies.
Mary serves on the Board of Directors of Marriott International, Discover Financial Services, T. Rowe Price Group and ManTech International.