Staff titles updated

Staff titles updated

Responsibility areas spelled out


To further refine the team leadership model NRVC has been using for several months, in November the board approved the following staff title changes to better reflect each person's work. To help you connect with the correct staff person, we also explain areas of responsibility. Additional details are at nrvc.net.
 

Marge Argyelan, director of membership (formerly director of data analytics)

  • Oversees registrations, including membership, workshops, and events; and assists members with access to resources and benefits, including Misericordia grant applications.
  • Maintains the membership databases, creating protocols to insure data integrity and safety. 
  • Liaison to publications/website services.
     

Sister Deborah Borneman, SS.C.M., director of mission integration (formerly director of member relations and services)

  • Acts as liaison to all major collaborators, USCCB-CCLV, member area coordinators, and serves as ex officio, non-voting member of the national board.
  • Cultivates member engagement by planning and implementing professional workshops, programs, and resources.
  • Provides consultation and presentations on assessment, promotion, and research to members, religious leadership, institutes, and organizations.
     

Maureen Cetera, director of finance and operations (formerly director of finance and human resources)

  • Safeguards and manages the assets of the NRVC.
  • Assists in developing and maintaining the organization structure and financial model needed to sustain and grow the organization.
  • Acts on behalf of the organization for financial and contractual purposes. 
     

Phil Loftus, director of development for NRVC and executive director of National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations (no change in title)

  • Develops and implements strategies to raise funds for the NRVC.
  • Cultivates fruitful relationships with donors and collaborators for the advancement of the NRVC mission via grants, planned giving, and endowment monies.
  • Implements all development strategies and functions, provides consultation for marketing of these efforts.
     

Publications services are provided to NRVC by TrueQuest Communications, and further details about responsibilities and personnel may be found at nrvc.net.



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