As CEO and majority owner of Career Management Partners (CMP), Maryanne is responsible for the overall direction and all operations of the firm. Based in Dallas, CMP also has offices in Chicago and Kansas City, with partner offices across the Americas, Asia, and Europe. CMP has been recognized as a North Texas Fast Growth Company averaging over 24% annualized growth over the last 4 years. CMP has the distinction of being the only woman and minority-owned business that supports the full talent life cycle with a national footprint, and services many notable clients such as John Deere, Fujitsu, Anthem Insurance, Raising Cane’s, and nonprofit organizations.
Behind Maryanne’s success in business is a deep commitment to clients, candidates, and the communities CMP serves. This is at the core of Maryanne’s values and CMP’s success. Maryanne was awarded the 2019 Young Entrepreneur award from AEM – Association of Mexican Entrepreneurs, 2020 Women’s Business Council- Southwest Rising Star Award, and 2021 Dallas 40 Under 40. She was also the 2020 keynote speaker for NCH Corporation Women’s Leadership Program.
Prior to CMP, Maryanne served ten years in public education and higher education – developing content and innovative solutions for students, educators, and the community.
Maryanne is a doctoral candidate at Texas A&M University-Commerce with a focus on educational leadership. She co-authored the book Don’t Dread Monday: Your Guide to Career Success.
Her certifications include CMAT––Curriculum Management Audit Training—Curriculum Assessment, Design, and Delivery. She is also certified in Leadership Temperament Index (LTI), MBTI, and Brain-Based Leadership Assessment.
Maryanne serves as an advisory board member for SMU Cox – Latino Leadership Initiative. Board member of AEM (Association of Mexican Entrepreneurs), Carl B. and Florence King Foundation, The Concilio, and President of Hispanic 100. As well as a member of the Women’s President’s Organization (WPO), member of the Women’s Business Council Southwest, and Advocate of the National Alliance of Mental Health.