Mary K. Riley
“As I was approaching my retirement, joining Impact helped me find purpose, and uncovered a passion for giving back to the community. If you want to be part of something extraordinary with dedicated, talented women and see your contribution make a real difference, join Impact!”
Town: Long Branch
Joined Impact: 2015
Impact Roles: Advisory Group, Governance Committee, Grants Co-Chair, Grantee Relations Chair
Mary Riley is an inaugural member of Impact 100 Jersey Coast. She has been fully involved in Impact since the beginning by chairing for 5 years either the Children and Families or the Health and Wellness Grant Review Committees.
Mary graduated from Villanova University and has recently retired from Deloitte as a Managing Director. In the early 1990s, Mary was an inaugural Board Member of the New Jersey Chapter of the AG Bell Association for the Deaf – As a parent of a deaf child, she knew it was important to start a local chapter that would help our members meet the daily challenges of living with hearing loss.
Mary is a proud mother of two grown children, Jason and Kelsey. Since moving to Long Branch in 2007, Mary spends her free time enjoying the beautiful beaches, local arts/music scene and riding her bike. Through her involvement in Impact, she now feels a part of the fabric of Monmouth County.