Mary Davie, a 34-year federal government service veteran, has joined the advisory board of real estate and facilities consulting and services firm The Building People.
She will provide advice to the company’s senior leadership team on leadership development, opportunity capture, operations management and organizational transformation matters, The Building People said Monday.
“Mary is an incredibly talented and recognized leader and having her join our board comes at a time that our organization continues to expand,” said Lawrence Melton, CEO and president of The Building People.
Davie most recently served as deputy associate administrator at NASA’s Mission Support Directorate and, before that, she held a similar role within the agency’s Mission Support Transformation Office.
Before her three-year NASA tenure, she worked for more than 30 years at the General Services Administration in various positions such as director of the Program Management Office and deputy commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service.
The former GSA official received recognition in Executive Mosaic’s 2017 Wash100 list of influential leaders in the government contracting arena.
Davie runs a consulting firm and serves on the management department advisory board at Virginia Tech Pamplin College of Business. She is also a fellow at the National Academy of Public Administration.