Mary Micevych Jerome
Mary Micevych Jerome (New York, NY) specializes in cause-related marketing, branding and corporate partnerships. Most recently, Mary led national communications and marketing at Single Stop, a non-profit/tech start up spun out of the Robin Hood Foundation. A two-time White House Social Innovation Fund Grantee, Single Stop was named one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies (2015) during her tenure. Previously, Mary served as the Senior Director for Strategic Partnerships at United Way managing sponsorship and co-venture programs with Fortune 500 companies. Mary developed celebrity-driven digital campaigns with Julianne Moore, Tom Colicchio and Christy Turlington Burns; professional sports partnerships with the NBA and NFL; and benefit concerts including Jay Z at Carnegie Hall and Jack Johnson at Lincoln Center. Mary previously worked for the Atlantic Council managing global marketing and communications working with government and business leaders on partnerships, events and public relations. Mary holds a BA in International Studies from the University of California, San Diego.
A Los Angeles native, Mary lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.