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Mary Beth Moehring ('80)

Retired VP of Program Management
Retired VP of Enterprise Program Management Office
SYSCO Corporation

Lectured March 29, 2007

Mary Beth Moehring joined Sysco Dallas in 1980 and, over the years, has advanced her career through a variety of different roles. Beginning with sales, she moved to the corporate offices to build the company's learning and organizational capability services. Today, she serves as vice president of Program Management.

As vice president, Mary Beth is responsible for leading Sysco's program management office, ensuring that the business transformation program delivers results that are on time, on budget and on benefit. This includes responsibility for the overall program schedules, resource plans, governance processes and milestone deliverables—all focused on helping customers succeed.

A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Mary Beth graduated from the Bryn Mawr School and went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Houston. She is a member of the Women's Foodservice Forum, the Executive Woman's Partnership and is Sysco's liaison for volunteer activities with local food banks. 

Mary Beth and her husband, Bill, reside in Houston. They are avid hikers, travelers and cooks and enjoy volunteering in their community.