Rear Admiral Mary Landry
United States
Rear Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Director, The United Services Automobile Association (USAA), and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.; WCD Member

Coast Guard Rear Admiral (Retired) Mary Landry had a very successful career in government leading and managing people, programs, budget, and operations. Career accomplishments included being commander of the largest Coast Guard District encompassing 26 States, 1,200 miles of coastline, and 10,300 miles of inland rivers. She led over 10,500K active, reserve, civilian, and auxiliary personnel, operations across 11 mission areas, and managed capital assets including 3 air stations, 7 Sectors, and various Coast Guard vessels.

Mary additionally served as Special Assistant to the President leading the White House National Security Council in domestic resilience, preparedness, and response. Notable efforts included policy/budget actions to mitigate infectious diseases and drug resistant bacteria, domestic response to floods, mudslides, tornadoes, as well as coordinating security upgrades to the electric grid, and developing cyber security resilience.

Mary serves on the board of United Services Automobile Association (USAA), a Fortune 100 Company, where she is a member of the Audit and C&W Committees. She also serves as Vice Chair of USAA’s Advisory Committee. As a board member of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings LTD, (NASDAQ: NCLH), Ms. Landry serves on the Nominating and Governance Committee and Chairs the TESS Committee, a new committee overseeing corporate governance in technology, the environment, safety, and security.

Mary also serves as Vice Chair of the board of the non-profit SCORE which assists small businesses nationwide. She is a member of Women Corporate Directors (WCD) and is a National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), Governance Leadership Fellow. She also holds the NACD, Carnegie Mellon CERT Certificate in Cybersecurity Oversight and has attended executive and corporate governance courses at UNC Chapel Hill and Harvard Business Schools. She was listed in Women Inc. Magazine Board Edition, as one of 2018’s Most Influential Corporate Directors.