Beth Mazzeo

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Bloomberg
Chief Administrative Officer

Beth Mazzeo is the Chief Administrative Officer of Bloomberg LP. Mazzeo is responsible for the company’s global support team across 170+ offices, providing end-to-end service to 40,000+ client firms and nearly 20,000 employees. Her department of 1,700+ people is responsible for the operation of Bloomberg’s global real estate & facilities, supply chain, security, travel and expense, along with technical customer support and infrastructure. These efforts ensure that Bloomberg’s clients, employees, assets, and networks are safe, secure, and operating at maximum efficiency.

Mazzeo joined Bloomberg in 1986, and has since held roles across Bloomberg’s trading systems and data teams before serving as Chief Administrative Officer. Prior to Bloomberg, she worked for the financial services firm Integrated Resources.

Mazzeo received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the Villanova School of Business in 1981. She has been a member of Villanova’s Board of Trustees since 2013. A mother of three (Alexandra, Christina, and Lawrence Jr.), she resides in Skillman, N.J. with her husband, Lawrence.

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