Bringing nearly 30 years of experience in environmental health and safety, Mary is globally responsible for the company’s environmental, social and governance efforts. In 2005, Mary joined the team at Trane, who would become part of legacy Ingersoll Rand, as EHS manager. In 2010 she became the regional EHS manager for Ingersoll Rand.
Mary began her career as an environmental scientist with Fluor Corporation. Prior to joining Trane, she was with the team at Sanmina-SCI as an environmental manager from 2000 – 2005. Since joining Ingersoll Rand, Mary has held roles with increasing levels of responsibility including EHS manager of North America Sales and Service and global field services EHS director. She is also co-chair of the Women’s Inclusion Group for Ingersoll Rand.
Mary received a master’s in environmental science from Washington State University and bachelor’s degree in communications from Biola University. She resides in Colorado Springs, Co.