Board of Trustees

Marypat Mulholland P '22 (Parent Trustee)

Marypat Mulholland has enjoyed an extensive career in the financial services industry and is currently the head of Institutional Sales for Wells Fargo Securities’ Midwest and Denver regions.  In this role, she is a producing salesperson directing all aspects of the client relationship for the accounts that are based in her regions.  Marypat is specifically responsible for building, aligning and growing Wells Fargo’s client relationships.  Prior to joining Wells Fargo predecessor Wachovia in 2006, Marypat was the Midwest regional sales manager for Prudential Securities.  A lifelong advocate of equality, Marypat is a committed member of their Diversity & Inclusion Council.

In 2014, Marypat co-founded the Windy City Women’s Network (WCWN) in order to engage a broader audience of female leaders in the Chicagoland area.  The goal of the WCWN is to provide a forum for female success stories from all walks of life.

Marypat is also passionate about the Arts.  As a former Trustee at The Chicago Academy for the Arts (CAA), Marypat chaired CAA’s development committee, provided a forum to bring in keynote speakers to enhance the parent community and was an integral part of re-engaging CAA alum with the school.  At Wells Fargo, she created a forum to highlight the work of local artists and featured the work of Gerald Griffin, the traveling show for the Illinois High School Art Exhibition as well as The Art of Influence:  Breaking Criminal  Traditions.

Marypat received her B.A. from Manhattan College and her M.B.A. from Boston College Wallace E Carroll Graduate School of Management.  She is a native of New York but calls Chicago her home.  Marypat and her husband Rob (a personal trainer) have three children – Olivia (a sophomore painting major at MICA), Clare (a high school senior & passionate vocalist) and Luke (12, an avid tennis player and his school’s resident drummer!).  Marypat is a first-degree black belt, a level-one certified instructor in Taekwondo and is an active member of her communities.