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Addendum to “Profile of CaliforniaALL Director Cary Martin Zellerbach of Martin Investment Management, LLC ” — “Cary Martin Zellerbach” and “Mary Ellen Zellerbach” Are One And The Same

Mary Ellen Zellerbach

Managing Director at Martin Investment Management, LLC

    San Francisco, California (San Francisco Bay Area)
    Investment Management

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        Managing Director at Martin Investment Management, LLC


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Mary Ellen Zellerbach’s Experience
Managing Director
Martin Investment Management, LLC

Partnership; 1-10 employees; Investment Management industry

Currently holds this position

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Prior profile as was published here under the name “Cary,” below:

Cary Martin Zellerbach is the Managing Director of Martin Investment Management. Among her previous affiliations, she was a founding Principal and Executive Vice President of Mellon Capital Management Corporation and is a former Director of Client Services at Tukman Capital Management. As a 1973 graduate in economics of Wellesley College, Cary is a Charter Board Member of the Wellesley Business Leadership Council.


Cary Martin Zellerbach

Ms. Cary Martin Zellerbach of Martin Investment Management, LLC. (image:courtesy)

She received an MBA from Stanford University in 1976 where she has served as a Trustee of the Stanford Business School Trust. In addition to her service as a member of the National Advisory Panel for the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Cary volunteers on behalf of the Graduate School of Business and is Vice President of the Stanford Women’s Club of San Francisco. Outside Stanford, she is the co-author of Having It All/Having Enough: How to Create a Career/Family Balance That Works for You and is a Trustee of St. Norbert College in Wisconsin and Sacred Heart/St. Dominic Elementary School in San Francisco. Cary also serves on the Board of Overseers of the University of California’s School of Nursing.

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According to Martin Investment Management, LLC, it is an independent, majority female, employee-owned firm. They are an experienced, consistent, focused, dedicated, pragmatic and approachable management team. Their clients will always have access to them. The firm is GIPS compliant, and the firm has been verified by an independent verifier on an annual basis from 1990 to 2008. The firm is a member of the Investment Adviser Association (IAA).



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