Bishop David Zubik of Pittsburgh received the 2017 Board Award from the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA) May 2, 2017, during the association’s 46th annual convocation in Nashville.
Bishop Zubik is completing 16 years as episcopal liaison to the association. The Leadership Award recognizes exemplary vision on behalf of justice in the Catholic Church and support for the association.
Regina Haney, NACPA executive director, said all members of the association “have benefited from his leadership and participation as he supported and promoted the association’s mission among his fellow bishops.”
Bishop Zubik’s ongoing and generous support as a sponsor has benefited hundreds of diocesan human resources directors, business managers, pastors and religious order leaders and others personnel administrators, Haney said.
Bishop Zubik was appointed the 12th bishop of Pittsburgh in 2007, having previously served as an auxiliary bishop there from 1997 to 2003 and as bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wis. from 2003 until his return to Pittsburgh.
From its headquarters in Alexandria, Va., the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA) promotes leadership in human resources, finance and administration to strengthen working relationships among Catholic Church leaders, ministers and employees and to develop church personnel and human resource skills and competence to excellence through Gospel values.