TIAW Board of Directors - Immediate Past President •
With over 30 years of executive leadership experience in the public and private sectors, both domestic and international, Peg has found great success using her results oriented leadership style, in the arenas of global business development, strategic planning, operations, finance, risk management and program management. Peg currently works in the non profit sector to advance women's economic empowerment.
Margaret (Peg) Weir is the TIAW immediate-past President of the Board of Directors. Peg was president from 2014-2016 and Chair of the 2012-2015 TIAW Global Forum Planning Committees. Previously, the TIAW Vice President, Finance & Treasurer where she developed strategies to insure financial stability and sustainability resulting in a positive net income for the organization. In 2010, Peg received the TIAW World of Difference 100 Award in Toronto. Peg is passionate about long-term economic empowerment for women focusing on mentoring (career and relationship building) for women and men, micro credit finance and global board ready women.
She is a past president and lifetime member of Executive Women in Government (EWG), where she established a Mentor-Protégé Program and Corporate Sponsorship Advisory Board. She has been an active member of several organizations including Women in Logistics and Delivery Services (WILDS), Federally Employed Women (FEW), Women’s Foreign Policy Group (WFPG) and Women on Boards 2020. . She is a member of the US Chamber of Commerce and the National Museum for Women in the Arts. .
With over 30 years of executive leadership experience in the public and private sectors, both domestic and international, Peg has found great success, using her results-oriented leadership style, in the areas of global business development, strategic planning, operations, finance, risk management and program management.
Peg holds an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a BA from Siena College. She has completed work towards a doctorate degree in management with Walden University. Peg is an adjunct professor with Syracuse University in the Information Management graduate program.