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Mary O’Malley

Mary O’Malley is vice president, Environment and Sustainability at Prudential Financial, reporting to the chief governance officer. In this role, O’Malley oversees the strategy for, and the coordination of, sustainability initiatives across Prudential’s businesses and corporate functions that promote the company’s long-term vitality and value creation. O’Malley is also responsible for performance measurement and reporting on these initiatives to external stakeholders, as well as to Prudential’s Board of Directors.
Mary O’Malley

Vice President, Environment and Sustainability, Prudential Financial

Mary O’Malley is vice president, Environment and Sustainability at Prudential Financial, reporting to the chief governance officer. In this role, O’Malley oversees the strategy for, and the coordination of, sustainability initiatives across Prudential’s businesses and corporate functions that promote the company’s long-term vitality and value creation. O’Malley is also responsible for performance measurement and reporting on these initiatives to external stakeholders, as well as to Prudential’s Board of Directors.

Previously, O’Malley was vice president, Local Initiatives in the Community Resources Department, where she was responsible for directing and managing Prudential’s public involvement efforts worldwide. She is also the founding chair of Prudential’s Environmental Task Force.

O’Malley has been with Prudential for more than 35 years and has held various positions in the corporate social responsibility, corporate communications, issues management and human resources departments.

As part of her professional commitment, O’Malley serves as a member of the Global Advisory Council of Cornerstone Capital, as a participant in the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Leaders Forum and as a trustee of the nonprofit Citizens Campaign. She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Massachusetts.

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