Regina McCardy NACPA Leadership Award 2018
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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHURCH PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS PRESENTS VISION AWARD TO CAROL FOWLER

Alexandria, Va. — Carol Fowler received the 2018 Vision Award from the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA) during the association’s 47th annual convocation in Niagara Falls.

The NACPA Vision Award was established to recognize exemplary vision on behalf of justice in the Church workplace and support for the association. The award was presented to Ms. Fowler on April 24.

According to Regina Haney, Ed. D., executive director of NACPA, Carol Fowler is a visionary leader in parish and diocesan ministry who continues to look ahead to meet future human resource needs. She is the former Director of the Department of Personnel Services for the Archdiocese of Chicago and oversaw the work of 17 archdiocesan agencies, employing 16,000 people.

A respected consultant, speaker and teacher, Ms. Fowler focuses on leadership development and best practices. Her work encompasses new pastor workshops, parish leadership and staff development.

Ms. Fowler said that she was both humbled and deeply grateful for the NACPA Vision Award. She added, “It was once said that when we work alone, we can go faster, but when we work together, we go further. Credit for this award goes to all with whom I have had the honor to serve, including leadership, colleagues, priests and laity in the Archdiocese of Chicago and so many human resources and Church management professionals who work for the Church across this country. Vision is not an isolated endeavor but a collaborative achievement of us all.”

Recognized by the Institute for Pastoral Studies for her leadership, Ms. Fowler also was the recipient of NACPA’s Leadership Award in 2007. Dr. Haney added, “Carol’s insightful leadership has strengthened our organization and helped our members address tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities. In this spirit, she is a most deserving recipient of NACPA’s Vision Award.”

From its headquarters in Alexandria, Va., NACPA promotes leadership in human resources, finance and administration that models Gospel values, promoting justice in the workplace. The association strives to strengthen working relationships among Catholic diocesan, parish and school leaders, ministers and employees and to help develop Church personnel and human resource skills.

Maureen Fontenot 2018 NACPA Service Award
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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHURCH PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS PRESENTS BOARD SERVICE AWARD TO MAUREEN FONTENOT

Alexandria, Va. — Maureen Fontenot, PHR, SHRM-CP, director of Human Resources, diocese of Lafayette, received the 2018 Board Service Award from the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA) during the association’s 47th annual convocation in Niagara Falls. The award was presented on April 24.

The NACPA Service Award recognizes a current member who has provided invaluable service to support the mission of the association.

According to Regina Haney, Ed.D., executive director of NACPA. Maureen Fontenot has served the association as a member, president-elect and president of the Board of Directors since 2013. During the past five years, Maureen’s generous gifts of time, wisdom and vision have enabled the association to grow the services, support and activities to meet the needs of members.

From its headquarters in Alexandria, Va., NACPA promotes leadership in human resources, finance and administration that models Gospel values, promoting justice in the workplace. The association strives to strengthen working relationships among Catholic diocesan, parish and school leaders, ministers and employees and to help develop Church personnel and human resource skills.

Regina McCardy NACPA Leadership Award 2018
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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHURCH PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS PRESENTS LEADERSHIP AWARD TO REGINA MCCURDY THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BALTIMORE

Alexandria, Va. — Regina McCurdy, senior employee relations manager, the Archdiocese of Baltimore, received the 2018 Board Leadership Award from the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA) during the association’s 47th annual convocation in Niagara Falls. The award was presented to Ms. McCurdy on April 24.

The NACPA Leadership Award celebrates NACPA members who have demonstrated exemplary leadership on behalf of just treatment in the Church. This year’s recipient, Regina McCurdy, has consistently provided outstanding leadership, guidance and service to those serving in the pastoral center in the Archdiocese of Baltimore as well as pastors and principals.

According to Regina Haney, Ed.D., executive director of NACPA, Ms. McCurdy consistently works to create a fair and just work environment for all employees in the archdiocese. She also provides classes for seminarians at Saint Mary’s Seminary and University and Mount St. Mary Seminary and teaches at McDaniel College.

Dr. Haney added, “Regina McCurdy is a true woman of faith whose congenial and enthusiastic spirit makes her a joy to encounter.”

From its headquarters in Alexandria, Va., NACPA promotes leadership in human resources, finance and administration that models Gospel values, promoting justice in the workplace. The association strives to strengthen working relationships among Catholic diocesan, parish and school leaders, ministers and employees and to help develop Church personnel and human resource skills.

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHURCH PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS PRESENTS BOARD SERVICE AWARD TO THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO

Alexandria, Va. — The Archdiocese of Chicago received the 2018 Board Service Award from the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA) during the association’s 47th annual convocation in Niagara Falls. The award was presented to Ms. McCurdy on April 24.

The NACPA Service Award recognizes a current member or member organization which has provided invaluable service to support the mission of the association.

The Archdiocese of Chicago was selected for this honor based on its long and distinguished service to the association. Three archdiocesan leaders have served as NACPA presidents. The archdiocese has had a significant impact on the convocation, regularly providing speakers and supporting the event as a Platinum Sponsor. NACPA also is grateful for the growing number of members who hail from the archdiocese.

From its headquarters in Alexandria, Va., NACPA promotes leadership in human resources, finance and administration that models Gospel values, promoting justice in the workplace. The association strives to strengthen working relationships among Catholic diocesan, parish and school leaders, ministers and employees and to help develop Church personnel and human resource skills.

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