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4 New Board Members Elected to Catholic Charities Community Services Board of Directors
By Lisa Padilla - Friday Jul 17, 2020
Four new members have been elected to three-year terms on the Catholic Charities Community Services Board of Directors.

New members are:

• Marcelle Mietus, Senior Financial Analyst, Honeywell;

• Nancy Padberg, President and CEO, Catholic Education Arizona;

• Chris Skelly, Mediator, Arbitrator; Skelly, Oberbilling & Phillips, LLC;

• Doug Watson, Chief Financial Officer, Dignity Health Arizona

“We continue building a board with deep ties to the community and diverse business experience and expertise that will pay important dividends for all of those individuals and families we serve,” said Paul Mulligan, Catholic Charities President and Chief Executive Officer.

The new members join a board that includes: Board Governance Leadership Team – Marcus Sipolt, Board Chair, Paradise Valley; Tony Siebers, Vice Chair, Mesa; Mark J. Hiegel, Board Governance Recruiting Director, Scottsdale; Mary Permoda, External Affairs Committee Chair, Scottsdale; Dr. Fred Shulski, Jr., External Affairs Committee Co-Chair, Goodyear; Mark Weber, Internal Affairs Committee Chair, Scottsdale; Brandee Kalandyk, Westside Head Start Advisory Council Chair, Phoenix; and Dawn Gerundo, Westside Head Start Advisory Council Co-Chair, Avondale. Board Members- Gretchen Caraway, Scottsdale; Angela Ducey, Paradise Valley; Jessica Hobbick, Buckeye; Scott MacDonald, Scottsdale; Olivia Brusso McCormick, Bullhead City; Nancy Shonka Padberg, Phoenix; Steve Spravzoff, Flagstaff; and Deacon Tom Klein, Ex Officio, Phoenix.

For more information about Catholic Charities, visit http://www.CatholicCharitiesAz.org.

About Catholic Charities

Founded in 1933, Catholic Charities provides care for the vulnerable of all faiths in central and northern Arizona through programs in foster care, early education, veteran services, refugee resettlement, and homeless outreach. Housing for Hope, a separate 501c3, is an affiliate of Catholic Charities and provides affordable housing. Learn more by visiting http://www.catholiccharitiesaz.orgor http://www.housingforhopeAZ.org. Social connections include http://www.facebook.com/CatholicCharitiesAZand twitter.com/CCArizona.

By Steve Carr