Lydia M. Marshall
From 1985 to 1997 while at Citicorp she "served as senior vice president then executive vice president and member of the executive committee at Sallie Mae, the nation's largest student loan secondary market. After serving as managing director at Rockport Capital from 1998-1999, in 1999 Marshall founded Versura Inc., the only student loan exchange in the $40 billion education finance sector. Marshall currently serves as Chair of the board for CARE International, and serves on the boards of Nationwide Financial Services, Inc. and Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company." 
"Lydia M. Marshall has been a director of Nationwide Financial since February 1997, and a director of Nationwide Life and Nationwide Life and Annuity since May 2002. Ms. Marshall has been a director of Nationwide Mutual, Nationwide Mutual Fire and Nationwide Corporation since October 2001, and served as a director of Scottsdale Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Nationwide Mutual, from April 2001 to June 2006. She also serves as a trustee of Nationwide Foundation. Ms. Marshall has been a director of Seagate Technology, a designer, manufacturer and marketer of hard disc drives, since April 2004. From October 1999 to August 2004, she was founder, chair and Chief Executive Officer of Versura Inc., an internet-based service provider to financial institutions, colleges and universities. Ms. Marshall served as the Managing Director of Rockport Capital Incorporated, a provider of private equity funds for corporate ventures, from September 1997 to October 1999, and Executive Vice President- Marketing of the Student Loan Marketing Association, or "Sallie Mae," a provider of funds for educational loans, from July 1993 to September 1997. Prior to that time, Ms. Marshall held several positions with Sallie Mae and Citicorp, a provider of banking and financial services." 
- Former Director (1999 at least), CARE USA
- Founder, VentureThink
- Director, Lupus Foundation of America
- Former Board of Overseers (2001), Fletcher School (at the time Ackerman was chair) 
- Ms. Lydia M. Marshall, Zoominfo, Accessed September 2006.
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- Lydia M. Marshall, Nationwide, accessed August 28, 2008.