As a principal of Armstrong, Fleming & Moore, Inc., Mary provides individuals with highly personalized and comprehensive guidance for investment, retirement, long-term care, and estate planning issues, as well as other wealth management needs. She joined AFM in 2002, choosing it for its independent approach in working with clients.
Mary earned her BA in liberal arts from Villanova University. She started her professional career as a Russian linguist. Upon earning her MBA in finance and business economics from the George Washington University, she began her business career in commercial banking with a major regional bank, where she worked for more than 10 years, rising to the level of senior vice president. She then held a senior executive position in the financial regulatory field at the Federal Housing Finance Board before beginning her career as a financial planner. She was named a principal at Armstrong, Fleming & Moore in 2003.
Mary is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certificant and has her FINRA Series 7, 31, and 63 securities registrations as a Registered Representative with Commonwealth Financial Network®, as well as various state insurance licenses. She is a member of the Financial Planning Association, National Capital Area, and the Washington DC Estate Planning Council, and is a past member on the Investment Committee of the American Association of University Women. In addition to being an active member of the AFM investment committee, she is AFM’s in-house expert in long-term care insurance.
After growing up in Northern New Jersey, Mary retains great affection for the New York City area. Mary and her husband, Stephen, have lived in Chevy Chase, Maryland, for 30 years. She has volunteered at the Hillwood Museum in Washington, DC, and in her spare time enjoys hiking, the theater, and travel.