Mary Beth Daniel

Mary Beth Daniel has been engaged in many not for profit entities through her entire career.  She is a Sustaining member of the New York Junior League, was the Board Chair of the Food and Hunger Hotline in NYC, served as a board member of the Turtle Bay Music School in NYC and volunteered at her children’s schools through the last 2 decades.

Mary Beth graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1982.  She began her career at the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York completing their credit training program, following which she focused on commercial real estate lending.  She went on to build her own commercial mortgage brokerage business, which she ran for five years before joining Heller Macauley Equities as CFO and project manager for the acquisition and redevelopment of 1049 Fifth Avenue in New York, a $100m luxury residential apartment building.  After the completion of the 1049 project Mary Beth joined Stribling & Associates, a residential real-estate firm in the city as a broker.  She maintains her broker’s license in New York and in Massachusetts.

Mary Beth served on the Board of Mount Holyoke for ten years, where she chaired the Development Committee of the Board for five years (during which time the college was engaged in a $300m capital campaign), and served on the Finance, Education and Student Affairs Committees.  She also served on the board of the Village Commons, a multi-use commercial and residential investment in South Hadley owned by Mount Holyoke.

In 2015. after 33 years in Manhattan, Mary Beth and her husband Stephen moved to Chatham as full-time residents.  Mary Beth was introduced to WE CAN in 2016 and has been involved in a number of its fundraising activities.  As a new board member, Mary Beth is looking forward to working with WE CAN to develop new initiatives in the region that will continue its mission of Empowering Women Through Cape Area Networking.

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