Margaret DeBardeleben DeBardeleben Tutwiler Edit Profile
Student, Finch College, 1969-1971; Bachelor of Arts, University Alabama, 1973.
Secretary Alabama Republican Party, Birmingham, 1974. Scheduler President Ford Committee, 1975-1978. Executive director President Ford Committee Alabama, 1976.
Public relations representative National Association Manufacturers for Alabama and Mississippi, Birmingham and Washington, 1977-1978. Director scheduling George Bush for President Committee, Houston and Washington, 1978-1980. Special assistant to President Reagan & executive to chief of staff The White House, Washington, 1981-1985.
Assistant secretary for public affairs & public liaison United States Department Treasury, 1985-1988. Senior advisory transition team United States Department State, Washington, 1988-1989, assistant secretary for public affairs, spokesman, 1989-1992, United States ambassador to Morocco Rabat, 2001—2003, under secretary for public diplomacy & public affairs Washington, 2003—2004. Partner Fitzwater & Tutwiler, Inc., 1993—2001.
Executive vice president, communications & government relations New York Stock Exchange, Incorporated, New York York City, 2004—2007, New York Stock Exchange Group, Inc., 2006—2007, New York Stock Exchange Euronext, 2007. Senior vice president communications, head global communications & public affairs Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc., 2007—2009. Executive vice president, head communications, marketing & government relations Cork Institute of Technology Group Inc., since 2010.
Deputy chairman Bush-Quayle '88, Washington, 1988.
Tutwiler is a member of the board of directors of the International Republican Institute.
Daughter of Temple Wilson and Margaret (DeBardeleben) Tutwiler, World War II.