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David M. Walsh

Chief Information Officer (Chief Information Officer)

Catholic Charities

HQ Phone:  (617) 624-8000

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Catholic Charities

51 Sleeper Street

Boston, Massachusetts,02210

United States

Company Description

For more than 100 years, Catholic Charities has continued its mission of building a just and compassionate society rooted in the dignity of all people. The agency provides nearly 90 programs and services throughout Eastern Massachusetts. Our services respond t...more

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Employment History

Director of Supply Chain Administration

Children's Hospital Boston


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Catholic Charities

Trustee


Catholic Charities Corporation

Board Member


Boston SIM Inc

Member


Catholic Charities USA

Board of Trustees Member


Boston Chapter of SIM

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What a contrast of "servant styles" we witness in the contemplation of today's readings! David had risen from his humble background through many battles and complicated political situations to a position of power and comfort. He wants to do the right thing, to honor God, but on his own terms.
David, like so many who have worked their way up through the ranks, has great plans to do good things, but they are not necessarily God's plans. Mary, on the other hand, has no ambitions of which we know; no power, no wealth. Her plan was to follow her uneventful childhood and adolescence with a life as a traditional wife and mother. Yet, her routine peaceful existence is shattered by a personal experience of God! How could this happen? Only because she is open to it; only because the way before her is uncluttered and clear. I remember a time in my life when I was absolutely obsessed with knowing the will of God. I wanted to say, "May it be done to me according to your word," but the process was less about being open to experience God's will than it was about planning the next step in my career; the next accomplishment. Our world is no less needy for God than it was in the time of David or the time of Mary. God still needs servants willing to be the instruments of his presence and love. On this last Sunday of Advent may we like Mary clear our minds and open our hearts to experience God and know God's will. Dave Walsh Chief Information Officer Catholic Charities-Boston david_walsh@ccab.org Each day in my work, family life, and beyond, I strive to make my actions speak louder than my words. I try to "walk the walk" and not just "talk the talk." But this is not always easy and is often a real struggle. But Psalm 34 offers us hope today. David speaks of calling on the Lord and being answered, of being saved from fear and anxiety, and of receiving protection and refuge.   During this Advent season, let's be confident that we can walk the walk and that God will guide us, guard us, and be with us on our journey.  


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David Walsh, the CIO of Catholic Charities and a Boston SIM member, received a 2013 CIO of the Year Award from The Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech.
David was one of 12 overall winners and one of 3 winners in the Non-Profit Category. The 3rd Annual CIO of the Year Awards were presented on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at the Seaport Hotel. You can learn more here: http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/blog/techflash/2013/05/heres-a-look-at-this-years-2013-cio.html and view a profile of David at: http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/print-edition/2013/06/28/cio-nonprofit-david-walsh.html.


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David Walsh, the CIO of Catholic Charities and a Boston SIM member, received a 2013 CIO of the Year Award from The Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech.
David was one of 12 overall winners and one of 3 winners in the Non-Profit Category. The 3rd Annual CIO of the Year Awards were presented on Thursday, June 27, [...]


simboston.org

David Walsh, the CIO of Catholic Charities and a Boston SIM member, received a 2013 CIO of the Year Award from The Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech.
David was one of 12 overall winners and one of 3 winners in the Non-Profit Category. The 3rd Annual CIO of the Year Awards were presented on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at the Seaport Hotel. 0628_CIO_Walsh,David You can learn more here: http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/blog/techflash/2013/05/heres-a-look-at-this-years-2013-cio.html and view a profile of David at: http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/print-edition/2013/06/28/cio-nonprofit-david-walsh.html.


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