After graduating from Occidental College in 1978 with a Master's Degree in diplomacy and world affairs, Susan Mallory planned to join the U.S. diplomatic corps. Before moving to Washington D.C, she accepted a summer job at a local bank, which ultimately changed the rest of her life. Mallory immediately enjoyed the world of banking and the opportunity to provide services to local companies doing business internationally as well as domestically. Twenty-eight years later, she's never looked back.
As president for Northern Trust in San Diego and Nevada, Mallory oversees three offices and 40 employees. Headquartered in Chicago, at 117 years old, Northern Trust is the eighth largest investment management company in the world, with $3.2 trillion under administration and $640 billion under management; it is one of the world's safest banks with $53 billion in banking assets and is the largest personal fiduciary (trust company) in the nation. All of Northern Trust's services are provided locally to individuals, families, foundations and endowments by teams of experienced and highly competent professionals.
In addition, Northern Trust has established itself as an organization that promotes a culture of caring through charitable support and the active involvement of its partners in the community. Mallory is proud of Northern's dedication to giving, which fits the values in her personal life. She is an active community volunteer and serves on the boards of the San Diego County YMCA, San Diego Opera Association, Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center and San Diego Center of Jewish Culture, Sharp Health Care Foundation, San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at UC San Diego and Advisory Boards of the School of Business and the School of Leadership and Education Sciences at USD.
Mallory is a past president of the Board of Trustees of The Bishop's School and past president of UCSD Athena. She is also a 28-year member of the Junior League of San Diego, a member of ZLAC and San Diego Rowing Clubs as well as a member of FOCAS (Friends of County Animal Shelters).
Helping others succeed is one of Mallory's greatest passions and she is proud to be recognized for her leadership at Northern Trust as well as in the community. A client recently told her the genuine personal interest she and her team take in him and his success, his financial well-being and that of his family is why he does business with Northern Trust.
Mallory lives in La Jolla with her husband, Peter Mallory. They have two children in college, Emily Ten Eyck and Philip Mallory.
Submitted by Northern Trust
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