Mary Jean Thompson
Honorary Consul of Liechtenstein to the Pacific Northwest
Mrs. Thompson founded Thompson Design Associates, Inc., in Reno, Nevada in 1970. Since then, she has designed the interiors of 4.5 million square feet of healthcare, historic restoration, corporate, educational and residential projects across the United States, including 35 hospitals.
In 1991 Mrs. Thompson founded the Healthcare Design Research Alliance, a consortium of the 18 largest manufacturers of healthcare products and furnishings in the US. She led these manufacturers for 14 years in conducting research in US hospitals and producing better products integrated with each other.
Mrs. Thompson founded Thompson Healthcare Design Inc. in 1996 to focus on US Government healthcare projects with the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration Healthcare System.
Mrs. Thompson’s civic leadership includes serving as a lifetime Regent of the George Washington Foundation in Fredericksburg, Virginia and on the boards of the Oregon Symphony, Lewis and Clark College Alumni, Oregon Repertory Singers, Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, and Nevada Museum of Art.
She is a member of the Arlington Club, University Club and Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland Oregon.
Mrs. Thompson attended North Salem High School and recieved the degrees of Bachelor of Music from Lewis & Clark College and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from the University of Utah.