Margaret, a graduate of Villanova’s Honors Program and recipient of an MBA in management and decision science at Wharton, had a 40-year career mostly in the chemicals and materials industries holding leadership positions in information technology, finance and supply chain for FMC Corporation, Rohm and Haas and Dow Chemical Company. Her global management responsibilities included early adoption of integrated enterprise management systems for the three multi-national organizations as well as buildout of advanced manufacturing and supply chain operations in Asia, South America and the Middle East.
In 2013 she started MMM, a supply chain, IT and finance consultancy and simultaneously got more involved in her long- term membership of PHS and support for the Neighborhood Gardens Trust (NGT). She ended her consulting work in 2018 and has focused on her not-for-profit interests since then. A past board chair for both organizations, she currently serves on the PHS and NGT boards and continues to be engaged on committees for both organizations. She is also now serving as Chair of Villanova University Arts and Sciences Dean’s Advisory Committee and has been an advisor to Villanova’s Center for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Stewardship for the past 3 years. She loves the opportunity to continue working for the goals of PHS’ Vision of 2027 and volunteering for PHS.