About Mary Thompson
President Mary Broday Thompson is a seasoned and skilled Human Resource professional. She has 25+ years of holding senior HR positions with Fortune 50 companies like General Electric and Union Pacific, as well as with startup, small, and medium sized organizations. Industries include health care, finance, mortgage, telecommunications, aviation, retail, oil, real estate, and software. After graduating from The Hockaday School and earning a BBA from Texas A&M University, Mary continued her pursuit of HR knowledge and education through certifications such as Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR), Global Professional of Human Resources (GPHR) and Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Mary is one of only 1,000 professionals world wide who has earned these designations.
Mary has received many recommendations on her outstanding people skills, on her expertise in resolving employee relations issues successfully, and on her ability to positively impact a company’s bottom line.
Having almost 10 years of experience with Fortune 50 companies, Mary was in a position to gain from the best learning and development programs as well as how companies like GE operate and remain at the top. Mary and MBT Consulting can bring this knowledge and experience to your company! Mary’s accomplishments include cost savings of $2MM and $1MM annually for two Fortune 50 companies and $550K in first year for a company of 300 employees. Her innovation and problem solving skills coupled with her business knowledge and Six Sigma, create the perfect scenario for this success. Mary has developed training platforms and presentations as well as serving as Lecturer at SMU Cox School of Business.
Under her leadership of talent management and employee relations, Mary has never had adverse litigation in her entire career. Yet Mary believes her greatest accomplishment to be guiding businesses and employees to resolve issues early for their personal, as well as the company’s, success and prosperity.
Mary believes in social responsibility and giving back to the community. She volunteers as a Mentor for Dallas HR Mentorship program and for Dallas HR Department of One, Multiple Sclerosis and North Texas Food Bank supporter. She is also Chair of the Stonebridge Ranch Community Association Modifications Committee in McKinney.
Mary enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and reading about the history of the oil industry.