Mary Beth Stanton
Mary Beth Stanton manages Invariant’s financial services practice group. She brings more than a decade of experience to her work guiding our clients’ strategic, regulatory, and legislative efforts on many of today’s most pressing issues, including food and beverage regulation and FinTech, health care, tax, and labor policy. Since joining the firm, Mary Beth has led efforts to regulate the derivatives market, reform debit interchange transactions, change the housing finance system, allow states to collect online tax, and strengthen the safety of the nation’s food supply, among others.
Mary Beth spent seven years on Capitol Hill as policy advisor for the Senate Special Committee on Aging and legislative assistant for Chairman Herb Kohl (D-WI) as well as legislative assistant for former Representative Anthony Weiner (D-NY). Prior to joining the firm, Mary Beth managed a law firm’s health care and appropriations clients.
Mary Beth graduated from Marquette University and serves on the Board of its Les Aspin Center in Washington and earned her Master’s from The George Washington University.