We are pleased to welcome two new board members to God’s Love. Mindy Ferguson and Marshall Sprung joined our Board of Directors in January to share their talents and expertise in service to our clients and our mission.
Mindy Ferguson is Managing Vice President of Technology at Capital One. Under her leadership, Mindy’s team completed the move of the Commercial Bank to the cloud, making Capital One the world’s first cloudbased Commercial bank. In her current role, she is responsible for the technology that supports Capital One’s Card decisioning capabilities, fraud and Mainstreet business.
Prior to joining Capital One, Mindy was the Vice President of Mobile and Emerging Technologies for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance in New York City. Before that, she was the Vice President of Global Software Product Development and Planning at Experian in Costa Mesa, California, where she created the company’s first consumer-facing mobile app and was awarded the Experian Elite Award for her work in the consumer mobile space.
She finds passion and purpose in bringing more diversity and inclusion to the technology industry while serving underrepresented communities. As the “Accountable Executive” for the New York CODERS program, she works with underserved middle school students to recognize their potential by educating, mentoring, and empowering them. Mindy has made it her personal mission to model inclusion and serve those who need support.
In addition to God’s Love, her work in the community has included OutFront, speaking at Pride and at Diversity and Inclusion events, and leadership roles for several of Capital One’s Women in
Marshall Sprung is Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Compliance at Blackstone. Before joining the firm in 2016, Marshall was Co-Chief of the Asset Management Unit of the U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement. In this position, he oversaw a nationwide program of investigations focusing on investment advisers, investment companies, mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity funds and other investment vehicles managed by investment advisers. He co-led a team of nearly 80 attorneys, industry experts and other professionals in all 12 SEC offices and was responsible for directing the SEC’s asset management-related enforcement efforts.
Marshall received his JD from New York University School of Law, where he served as Executive Editor of the New York University Law Review, and his BA with honors from Brown University. Marshall lives in Greenwich, Connecticut with his husband and their 6-year-old twins, affectionately known as The Dynamic Duo. In addition to his work with God’s Love, Marshall volunteers with Jewish Family Services in Greenwich, helping homebound seniors with grocery shopping.
We look forward to working with our new Board members in 2021. We appreciate all the wonderful energy, deep knowledge, and rich perspective that they bring to God’s Love. Welcome, Mindy and