In June 2010, Mary Ellen Withrow, retired 40th Treasurer of the United States was retained by the Lincoln Treasury as an advisor and spokesperson.
Withrow is the only person in U.S. history to have served as a Local, State and Federal Treasurer. She served as Treasurer of Marion County, Treasurer of the State of Ohio and Treasurer of the United States of America. She also holds the distinction of having her name appear on over 67 billion notes of United States legal tender currency totaling more than $1.1 trillion in face value.
During her term as U.S. Treasurer, Withrow ushered in the U.S. Mint’s 50 State Quarter Program, authorized the issuance of Sacagawea dollars, and oversaw the complete redesign of U.S. currency with new $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 bills. Mary Ellen Withrow is now an Executive Advisor to the Lincoln Treasury.