Mary Davie currently serves as the NASA Deputy Associate Administrator for Mission Support Transformation where she is responsible for transformation efforts across mission enabling services.
Prior to NASA, Mary served in multiple leadership roles with the General Services Administration. Most recently she served as the Director of the GSA Program Management Office for Human Capital Shared Services. Other positions held include: Deputy Commissioner of GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS), Assistant Commissioner of GSA’s Office of Information Technology Category, FAS Acting Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner for FAS’ Assisted Acquisition Services, and Assistant Commissioner for FAS Customer Relationship Management, Sales and Marketing.
During her 30+-year career, Mary has also held numerous leadership positions in the federal IT community. A major contributor and active member of American Council for Technology, she served as its president from June 2011 to May 2012. She also served on the board of Women In Technology.
Mary has received numerous awards over the course of her career including the Presidential Rank Meritorious Executive Award, and several awards for leadership in the federal community. Mary is also a Fellow with the National Academy of Public Administration.
Mary earned a Master of Business Administration with a focus in technology management from University of Phoenix, and has two Bachelor of Science degrees in business finance and business management from Virginia Tech.