Morristown Resident Named to Mayo Board of Trustees
Morristown resident Mary Jane Robertson, executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Crum & Forster, has been named to the Board of Trustees of the Mayo Performing Arts Center.
At Crum & Forster, a national property casualty insurance company headquartered in Morris Township, Robertson is responsible for the financial management of C&F, a company formed over 100 years ago and owned by Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited since 1998. Robertson serves on the board of several C&F companies including the holding company and from 2000 to 2006, served on the board and was chairman of the audit committee of Russell Corporation, a NYSE-traded athletic and sporting goods company based in Atlanta. She is a CPA with 10 years of public accounting experience at Coopers & Lybrand (since merged with Price Waterhouse to form PwC).
"As a Morristown resident, I am delighted to be involved with a cultural organization that makes such an enormous contribution to our town," she said. "I look forward to supporting this terrific institution."
"We are thrilled to have someone with Mary Jane's vast experience join our board," said Joseph M. Goryeb, chairman of the Board of Trustees of Mayo Performing Arts Center. "Mary Jane's financial and corporate background, combined with her enthusiasm for the performing arts, will greatly benefit the long-term development and growth of our performing arts center."