Martha Clark Goss serves a director of various public and private corporations. Her career has been in banking, investments and finance at Chase Manhattan Bank (credit analyst, lending/relationship officer) and Prudential Insurance Company (buy side investment analyst, corporate treasurer), Prudential Power Funding (president), Prudential Asset Management (president and SVP enterprise risk management officer) and Booz-Allen & Hamilton (CFO).
Since 1992, Goss has served on numerous corporate boards, including five NYSE listed companies: Dexter Corporation, Foster Wheeler Corporation, Ocwen Financial, Claire's Stores and American Water. In addition, she was non-executive chair of Channel Reinsurance Company, a financial guaranty reinsurance company, and served on the boards of privately held corporations in banking, insurance, engineering and construction and natural language processing.
She is chair of American Water's audit committee; a trustee of the Neuberger Berman Mutual Funds and chair of its governance and nominating committee; and a member of the board of Allianz Life of New York. She serves on the board and is chair of the audit committee of Berger Group Holdings. She is a faculty member at Deloitte University. She is a past president and the audit committee chair of the Financial Women's Association; a trustee emerita and former treasurer of Brown University and a member of the board of trustees of the Museum of American Finance. Goss was the co-honoree, along with Lady Margaret Thatcher, for the Brown Independent Man Award in 1996 and served as one of 326 delegates to President-Elect Clinton's Economic Summit in 1992.