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Maria is a Trustee of the Museum of Science (MoS) in Boston, MA, and chair of the Museum’s Discoverers’ Committee. Maria is also on the Advisory Board for The Children's Room, A Center for Grieving Children and Teens, Inc. in Arlington, MA. A former marathoner, Maria now restricts her running to shorter distances and has adopted the annual Washburn Climb of Mt. Washington, New Hampshire’s highest peak, as her chief fundraiser for MoS. Maria and her husband Wes are empty nesters and reside in Boston, MA.


“Maria and her team at AGC served as BreakingPoint’s trusted advisor through a comprehensive and highly efficient process that culminated with the successful sale to Ixia. Through every step of the way, including complex final negotiations, AGC led BreakingPoint with professionalism and a deep commitment to our shareholders. My team and our investors couldn’t be more pleased with the results, and we look forward to working with AGC again in the future.”
— Des Wilson, CEO of BreakingPoint
(AGC Partners acted as sole financial advisor to BreakingPoint)

"We are very pleased with Maria, Russ and the team at AGC, who worked diligently with us from start to finish and secured the best outcome for our shareholders. Maria's extensive knowledge of the industry and personal guidance throughout the entire term of our engagement was invaluable, and I would welcome the opportunity to work with Maria and her team again."
— Mike Dager, CEO of Arxan
(AGC Partners served as sole financial advisor to Arxan Technologies in September, 2013)

"AGC did a fantastic job advising Xceedium during the M&A process. The management team, Board, and shareholders were all thoroughly impressed by Maria’s deep industry knowledge and close relationships with the major security players. The entire AGC team served as a trusted advisor and helped make this transaction a success. We look forward to working with Maria and her team again in the future."
Glenn Hazard, CEO of Xceedium
(AGC Partners acted as sole financial advisor to Xceedium in August 2015)