|Date of birth
||4 June 1965
|Place of birth
||Palo Alto, California, U.S.
||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Mary Harvey (born June 4, 1965) in a retired American soccer goalkeeper. She was the starting goalie for 1991 U.S. Women's National Team which won the inaugural 1991 FIFA Women's World Cup; and a member of the 1996 Olympic Gold Medal team. Harvey retired from international competition in 1996 following the Atlanta Olympics.
Harvey earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley and her MBA from UCLA's Anderson School.
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Sports administration career
Off the field, Harvey served on U.S. Soccer's Board of Directors for 12 years, including 5 years on the Executive Committee; and on the U.S. Olympic Committee. In 2003, Harvey was hired by FIFA to become its Director of Development, becoming the first woman and first American hired by the international governing body to run a division. In this role, Harvey was responsible for managing the USD 160 million per year development budget for FIFA, including such programs as the Financial Assistance Program, the Goal Programme, and FIFA's education or course programs. She was also responsible for FIFA's activities to develop women's football, futsal and beach soccer, and to oversee FIFA's sports medicine activities. Prior to joining FIFA, Harvey was the CEO of a USD 15 million sports and fitness company, and worked in the management consulting industry for both Deloitte. and Accenture.
In 2008, Harvey left FIFA to return to her native United States to become the Chief Operating Officer for Women's Professional Soccer, the new women's professional soccer league in the United States.  Harvey left WPS in 2010 after two seasons.
Honors and awards
Harvey's honors include:
- Hall of Fame, United States Olympic Committee;
- Medal of Honor, U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame;
- National Goalkeeper of the year (1986);
- Hall of Fame, Cal Athletics (2000);
- Hall of Fame, American Youth Soccer Organization (2003)