Maryellen F. Andersen
Maryellen F. Andersen is Vice President of corporate and institutional relations and corporate governance officer for Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Maryellen focuses on enhancing relationships and shareowner communication programs between Broadridge and constituents while addressing industry related and corporate governance issues.
Prior to joining Broadridge, Maryellen established and became president of MEA Associates, a consulting firm that provided advisory services to corporations and their boards of directors regarding corporate governance issues as well as relationships with their institutional investors. Previously, Maryellen was assistant treasurer, principal investment officer, corporate governance officer and director of investor and corporate relations for the State of Connecticut, Office of the Treasurer.
Presently, Maryellen is a member of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals and its’ Corporate Practices Committee; the Council of Institutional Investors and served as Treasurer; the National Investor Relations Institute; the National Association of Corporate Directors and its’ Connecticut Chapter Advisory Board and the International Corporate Governance Network and its’ Cross Border Voting Committee. She is a member of the Rock Center Institutional Corporate Governance Forum at Stanford University and the Advisory Board of the University of Delaware Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance. Maryellen was a member of the Board of Directors of the Investor Responsibility Research Center and served as Chair.
In addition, Maryellen is a member of the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Easter Seals Foundation and served as Chair and a corporator of Hartford Hospital and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Maryellen teaches corporate governance courses at Trinity College and is a frequent speaker on shareholder communication issues at industry wide events.
Maryellen received her B.A. in mathematics from Elms College in Chicopee, Massachusetts and her M.A. in public policy from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.