H.S. Grace & Company, Inc.
Mary Jo Green, MBA

MaryJoGreenMary Jo Green worked for Sony Corporation of America (SCA) from 2001 until 2014 as Senior Vice President and Treasurer. She had dual responsibility, also holding the title as President of the Sony Global Treasury Services (SGTS) for the U.S. subsidiaries.

As the Treasurer of SCA she was responsible for the management of the treasury and pension and benefit plans of SCA and all of its subsidiaries. As President of SGTS she was responsible for the financing, cash activities, foreign exchange, credit and collection, credit card processing, cash forecasting, investments, and policies and procedures of Sony Electronics, Sony Computer Entertainment, Sony Network Entertainment, Sony Music and Sony Pictures.

Prior to joining SCA, Ms. Green worked at Pitney Bowes Inc. where she held various positions of increasing responsibility culminating in Corporate Vice President and Treasurer. Her duties included the strategic management of equity, debt and cash including cash forecasting, external and internal financing, managing investments, repatriation of funds, exposure management, insurance coverage and pension and benefit plans for all the Pitney Bowes units worldwide.

Prior to Pitney Bowes Inc. Ms. Green held a number of positions at Schering-Plough Corporation, American Cyanamid and McCrory Corporation.

She was a past Chairman of Financial Executives International, past trustee of Financial Executives Research Foundation, served on the Board of Advisors of Rutgers Business School and the University of Connecticut and a Trustee for Norwalk Community College.

Ms. Green received her M.B.A. in Accounting from Rutgers Graduate School of Business Administration and graduated from Rutgers Newark College of Arts and Science with a B.A. in Economics. In 2003 she received the Rutgers University Distinguished Business Alumnus award, honoring the school’s most distinguished graduates. In 2007 she was named as Treasury & Risk Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in Finance” and in November 2007 was named as one of “25 Women Who Know How to Break Glass” by Treasury & Risk Magazine.