Anne Marie Geary
National Biomarker Development Alliance (NBDA)
Anne Marie Geary is the Administrative Director for the National Biomarker Development Alliance (NBDA) at Arizona State University's Complex Adaptive Systems Initiative. She heads the planning and implementation of workshops, think tanks, seminars and all NBDA events. She also oversees the NBDA’s financial and administrative programs and website.
Before moving from New York City to Phoenix, Ms. Geary previously served in senior administrative roles Columbia University including, Administrative Director for the National Center for Disaster Preparedness; Director of Operations and Administration for the Office of the Provost; Director of Recruitment for the Picker Center for Executive Education at The School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA); Program/Event Manager for the FDNY Officer’s Management Institute (FOMI) through SIPA’s Institute for Not-for-Profit Management and the New York City Fire Department and Assistant Dean for Curriculum and Faculty Affairs. She also served on various faculty committees and the University’s Interregional Council.
Ms. Geary currently serves as a director on the Craig Jackson Foundation board and devotes time to Lost Our Home Pet Foundation as a member of their events task force and as a volunteer animal technician.