Michael C. Bodson, DTCC President & CEO and his wife, Sue Moretti Bodson, will be honored at this year’s 14th annual National Executive Service Corps (NESC) gala on Thursday, October 6 at the Greenwich Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The NESC, founded in 1977 by Frank Pace, Jr., a Greenwich resident, and David Rockefeller, is a nonprofit capacity-building organization whose mission is to provide affordable high-quality business consulting services to nonprofit organizations, schools and government agencies. NESC empowers nonprofits to make impactful and sustainable change through its senior executive volunteers, who provide expert strategic planning, consulting and executive search services. These consultants have served as C-suite executives from a host of industries, including health care, education, technology, business, finance and real estate.
"Sue and Mike have distinguished themselves in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors and have contributed significantly to the enhancement of Greenwich’s nonprofits through their key leadership roles,” said Marv Berenblum, Vice Chairman of NESC. “They have generously shared their time and expertise with our nonprofit clients to help them address key needs in areas such as strategy, marketing and planning, board development, social enterprise, shared services and financial management. Sue and Mike represent the true embodiment of our motto: Profit from Our Experience.”
Sue Bodson is President and Founder of Emboss LLC, an event and fundraising firm focused on supporting nonprofit organizations. Sue's volunteer work currently includes serving on the Bruce Museum Board of Trustees since 2019 where she is Co-Chair of the Development Committee. She is a member of the Board of Parks and Recreation for the Town of Greenwich and the Board of Parks and Recreation Foundation. She is a Junior League of Greenwich Past President and is a Past President of the Greenwich PTA Council and served on the Connecticut State PTA.
Mike Bodson joined DTCC, the premier post-trade market infrastructure for the global financial services industry, in 2007 as Executive Managing Director for Business Management and Strategy and was appointed President and CEO in 2012, a position he will retire from in August 2022. Prior to leading DTCC, he held a number of senior management positions with Morgan Stanley over a 20-year period. Mike is a Trustee of the World Economic Forum’s Financial Services Initiative. He is also a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Fintech Advisory Group as well as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee. Mike previously served on the Greenwich Board of Education and on the Boards of the Red Cross for the New York region and the Greenwich Alliance for Education.
During Mike’s time as CEO, DTCC has implemented numerous initiatives and programs to support Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. The firm continues to make progress on this front, and its efforts have been recognized with numerous accolades, including:
- Human Right Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index, 2022
- Best Company Where CEO Supports Gender Diversity, Fairgodboss, 2021
- Forbes, One of America's Best Mid-Size Employers, 2018
- Global Custodian, Industry Leader Award for Diversity, 2016
In addition, Mike has prioritized innovation, including the use of fintech, as CEO, building on DTCC’s legacy of driving positive change in financial markets through the adoption and use of new technologies. In recognition of this, DTCC has been awarded the following:
- Global Custodian Leaders in Custody Editor’s Choice for Market Infrastructure Project of the Year: Project Ion, 2022.
- Mike Bodson: TabbFORUM 40 Top Innovators in Financial Markets, 2022
- Global Custodian’s Leaders in Custody Awards, Editor’s Choice – Best Innovation in Market Infrastructure (DTCC Exception Manager), 2020
- Michael Bodson, CEO: Global Custodian's Industry Leaders Awards, Lifetime Achievement, 2019
- Michael Bodson, CEO: Institutional Investor Tech 40
“We are honored to be recognized by NESC and want to thank the organization and its leadership for their strong support over the years and their commitment to helping advance the mission of many worthy nonprofit organization and causes,” Mike and Sue Bodson said. “The work we do through NESC is personally and professionally rewarding and gives us an opportunity to share our experiences with nonprofits to enhance and improve the local community.”