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Nancy Gorevin Costello '71, Alumni Board President Claire Roth '69, John and Martha Dale, and Cabrini Board Chair Terry Cavanaugh '74 enjoy lunch before the faculty forum "Presidential Election 2008" at Alumni Weekend 2008.
Theresa Cavanaugh, chair of ...
Theresa Cavanaugh, chair of the board of trustees and the presidential search committee, praised George's enthusiasm for Cabrini's mission, her expertise in higher education and background in fundraising.
The combination makes her
a "perfect fit" to lead Cabrini
said, noting that the board voted unanimously to hire her
Among George's achievements at Saint Anselm
was leading a master planning process for the 400-acre, 60-building Catholic co-educational school, the Cabrini trustees said.Prior to that job, she was vice-president and director of planning and institutional effectiveness at the University of Scranton, helping finalize the 20-year campus master plan.She also served on the faculty at King's College, and worked in human resources and education and training at Mercy Hospital in Wilkes-Barre.
Theresa A. Cavanaugh, Chair ...
Theresa A. Cavanaugh, Chair of Cabrini College's Board of Trustees and a
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"This is an exciting time for Cabrini, and we are fortunate to have someone as talented as Marie George to build on the achievements of those who have served the College so well over the past half-century," said Theresa A. Cavanaugh '74, chair of the Board of Trustees and chair of the Presidential Search Advisory Committee.
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"As we celebrate the College's 50th anniversary, I am proud to announce that Dr. Marie George will be the next president of Cabrini College," said Theresa Cavanaugh '74, chair of the Board of Trustees and chair of the Presidential Search Advisory Committee.
"Her enthusiasm for this position and for the College's mission, coupled with her expertise in higher education and background in fundraising, make her the perfect fit to lead Cabrini.
"Our goal is to be one of the best Catholic, coeducational colleges in the Philadelphia region and beyond … and I am confident about achieving this goal under Dr. George's leadership," Cavanaugh