Mary Katica

Mary Katica is a senior program director who leads projects for the Women & Money program. With a focus on services and products, Mary helps set the creative vision for the project teams, builds partner human centered design capacity, and designs medium-agnostic services and experiences that drive impact.

Prior to joining, Mary focused her career on exploring using design to create better health care experiences and outcomes. As a designer at Kaiser Permanente’s Innovation Consultancy, Mary used design to bring joy to patients and staff members— designing new experiences and services with business partners across the organization. Her work at Kaiser Permanente has been recognized by Fast Company and Harvard Business Review.

Mary holds a bachelor of fine arts in industrial design from Carnegie Mellon University.

By Mary Katica


We Agree – Life Stages Likely Impact DFS Usage Among Young Women

Certain life stages have a significant impact on women’s economic empowerment and use of financial services - particularly for young women.