Ambassador Mary Morgan-Moss has a storied career as a reknown diplomat, singer, TV producer and host in Panama. In 1981 she created the Mary Arias Foundation, a non profit organization that provides free services to children with Cerebral Palsy in Panama. It currently has four centers and two special classrooms. The inauguration of her Metropolitan Center in February, 2012, will act as a regional hub in Latin America for the education and treatment of children with Cerebral Palsy. Thousands of children with Cerebal Palsy have benefitted from the help of her Foundation, the only free service provider in Panama for such children. She has received numerous awards and recognitions for her charitable work. In 1994 she was appointed Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of Panama to the United Nations, where she continues to serve. She raised three daughters, and has seven grandchildren. She is married to world champion bridge player Michael Moss, for over 20 years.