Mary Peloquin-Dodd is a director for PFM Higher Education Group. Her role at PFM focus on alternative delivery/public private partnerships (P3) projects for higher education clients and will function as a resource to our national higher education practice on matters of strategic finance such as M&A, asset monetization and disposition, real estate/economic development, financial improvement strategies, and workforce organization solutions.
Mary comes to PFM from North Carolina State University, where she served for 10 years as Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance and University Treasurer. Prior to North Carolina State University, Mary was a Managing Director at Standard & Poor’s (S&P) in New York for 25 years, where she led bond and credit ratings for higher education and not-for-profit corporations.
As a thought leader in higher education, Mary is a regular speaker at industry conferences, has published numerous articles on higher education finance during her career, and participates in industry focus groups such as the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). She is currently a Board Member of the Treasury Institute for Higher Education, and for many years served on the Program Committee as a member and chair of the annual Symposium.