Are you thinking about how to power your future? Come chat about how D'Amore-McKim's graduate business programs fueled with experiential learning can prepare you for today's digitally-driven world. Meet with Mary at Puroast Coffee to learn more and ask any questions in a casual setting.

Topics you can ask:

  • Experience-powered learning. Northeastern is a global leader in industry-aligned education. Your U.S. experience will give you the time to discover a new culture, the spark to think deeply about business concepts, and the tools to drive your career to new heights.
  • Live and study in Boston. Build your expertise in Boston, a U.S. business innovation center and a historic city known for its art and culture, world-renowned colleges and universities, and welcoming, diverse community.
  • Starting your application. Find out what our admissions team looks for to make your application stand out.
  • Funding your education. Explore Northeastern's variety of scholarships and financial aid options.

Who you'll meet:

Mary McNamara

Mary McNamara is the Director of MBA Admissions. She enjoys leading prospective MBA students through their admissions journey. She also manages admissions and recruiting for the MS in Management and Graduate Certificate programs.

Mary has a passion for entrepreneurship and is a co-chair of the McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Network at Northeastern, a professional advisor at the MIT Trust Center for Entrepreneurship, and a MassChallenge HealthTech judge. She draws on her experience coaching and advising founders as she supports graduate business candidates pursuing their academic and professional goals.

Mary entered a career in higher education in 2019, serving on the MBA admissions committee at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. She continues to serve as managing director at Angel Healthcare Investors and was a founding member of the Angel Capital Association.

Previously, she was the COO of an early-stage digital health company and a marketing VP with Fidelity Investments. Early in her career, Mary held roles in software development at John Hancock, NYNEX, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Bankers Trust Company.