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Posted By Jamie Killin on November 15, 2017
First Place AZ, a nonprofit that aims to advance residential options for adults with autism and other neuro-diversities, has elected Mary Martuscelli, regional president of U.S. Bank’s western region, to serve on its board of directors.
First Place AZ will open First Place-Phoenix, an 81,000 square-foot housing project, in the summer of 2018.
“Mary’s leadership, financial and strategic planning expertise, and executive management are especially valuable as the board progresses toward the opening of First Place-Phoenix and advancement of our expansion plans,” said board chair Sara Dial.
As regional president, Martuscelli oversees wealth management in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington. She previously served as president of J.P. Morgan Chase in Arizona, which she joined after college in 1979.
During her time with J.P. Morgan Chase she held numerous leadership positions in areas ranging from human resources to strategic planning.
She is a graduate of Michigan State University and Wayne State University and holds a bachelor’s degree and an MBA in finance.
She currently serves on several boards including Arizona Community Foundation, Arizona Science Center, Fresh Start Women’s Foundation and Greater Phoenix Leadership.
Martuscelli has a nephew on the autism spectrum.