is director of Global Entrepreneurship Outreach, where she leads Google for Entrepreneurs
, the company's programs and partnerships to support startups and entrepreneurs in over 100 countries worldwide.
Mary joined Google in 2004 as part of the legal team working on the company's IPO. She then moved to New Business Development, where she focused on a range of early-stage product incubation and partnerships for six years. Mary has led dozens of strategic technology partnerships across products, including Gmail, Google Docs, Search, Chrome, and Social.
She is an active leader in entrepreneur and developer outreach efforts in the US and internationally, spanning initiatives in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. She has led exploratory trips and efforts for Google in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza, and the West Bank. Mary earned her B.A. and M.A. from Stanford University and sat on the Alumni Association Board of Directors.