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Mary O'Grady

Mary Anastasia O'Grady
Born Mary Anastasia O'Grady
Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation Editor, columnist
Employer The Wall Street Journal

Mary Anastasia O'Grady — also published as Mary O'Grady — is an editor of the Wall Street Journal and member of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board since 2005. She writes predominantly on Latin America and is a co-editor of the Index of Economic Freedom.


  • Biography 1
    • Education 1.1
    • Career 1.2
  • Honors and awards 2
    • Awards 2.1
    • Honorary degrees 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4



O'Grady earned a bachelor's degree in English from Assumption College and later received an M.B.A. from Pace University in financial management.[1]


Before her work for The Wall Street Journal, she was an options strategist for Advest, Thomson McKinnon Securities then Merrill Lynch, where she worked for 10 years.

In August 1995, O'Grady joined The Wall Street Journal and later became a senior editorial page writer for the journal in December 1999.[1] In November 2005, she was appointed as a member of The Wall Street Journal's editorial board.[1]

She is also editor of "The Americas," a weekly column that appears every Monday and deals with politics, economics and business in Latin America and Canada while also serving as a member of the board of directors at Liberty Fund.[1]

Honors and awards


Honorary degrees

O'Grady was awarded the following honorary degrees:


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Mary O'Grady".  

External links

  • BiographyWSJ
  • Latin America Needs Free Trade and Drug Legalization, Interview with O'Grady by
  • MBA in Financial Management
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