|Born||April 10, 1960|
Stockport, United Kingdom
|Alma mater||University of Cambridge|
|Known for||CFO at Pixar (1999-2004)|
|Board member of||Alphabet Inc.|
Ann Mather (born April 10, 1960) is an English business executive. She currently[when?] serves on the board of directors of Alphabet, Netflix, Airbnb, Arista Networks and Blend. Mather was formerly executive vice president and chief financial officer of Pixar Studios from September 1999 to April 2004. She is an Honorary Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
Mather was born in 1960. She attended the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, where she earned her M.A. degree with a major in geography and land economy.
After graduation, Mather moved to London, UK, where she started her career in the auditing firm KPMG. Following KPMG, she went to work for Paramount Pictures in 1984. While at Paramount from 1984 to 1988, she worked in London, Amsterdam and New York. From 1992 to 1993 she worked for Disney in Paris to help start the international theatrical distribution arm in Europe. Prior to joining Disney, she was with Alico (a division of AIG, later acquired by MetLife). She held various executive positions at the Walt Disney Studios in Los Angeles from 1993 to 1999, including senior vice president of finance and administration for its Buena Vista International Theatrical Division. Right after leaving Disney, Mather was executive vice president and chief financial officer at Village Roadshow Pictures.
In 1999, Ann Mather was named executive vice president, chief financial officer, and company secretary of Pixar; a position she held from September 1999 to April 2004. After Pixar, she joined the board of Google and the boards of other public and private companies in the media and technology space.
Mather currently serves as chairman of the audit committee of the board of directors in Alphabet. She also serves on the boards of Netflix, Arista Networks, and Airbnb.
She previously served as director of Zappos.com (acquired by Amazon.com in 2009), and Shopping.com (acquired by eBay in 2005) as well as of Central European Media Enterprises, MGM Studios, Shutterfly, Moneygram and Glu Mobile (from September 2005 to February 10, 2021).