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New Senior Executive Staff Hired for Key FMC Leadership Roles

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Three new Senior Executive Service career staff members have been hired in recent months for key management and leadership roles at the Federal Maritime Commission.

Lucille Marvin assumed the duties of Managing Director as of June 14, 2021.  Ms. Marvin comes to the Commission from the Surface Transportation Board (STB) where she served as the Director of the Office of Public Assistance, Governmental Affairs, and Compliance.  Ms. Marvin was previously on the staff of the Federal Maritime Commission before joining the STB in 2008.  Ms. Marvin began her career in government working for Members of the U.S. House of Representatives.  She earned her J.D. in 2002 from the Georgetown University Law Center.

Earlier this spring, Patrick Moore was hired to serve as Chief Financial Officer and Director of Enterprise Services; and Kristen Monaco to serve as Director of the Bureau of Trade Analysis.  All three individuals were hired to fill vacancies created by retirements.

Mr. Moore joins the Commission from the Department of Homeland Security where he held a variety of positions over the past 18 years, including serving 13 years as the Chief Financial Officer of the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office and its predecessor office.  He also has 25 years of active duty and reserve service with the U.S. Coast Guard.

Ms. Monaco comes to the Commission from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Earlier in her career she was on the faculty of the Economics Department at California State University Long Beach, where her teaching and research focused on transportation economics.  She earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee.

“The Commission is a small agency and yet we are fortunate to attract three leaders in their respective areas to serve in these key management functions.  I have every confidence these senior executives will help the agency accomplish its mission,” said Chairman Daniel B. Maffei.