John Carroll High School announced it has named Kathleen Cullen as its new Director of Finance. Here are the details:
New Finance Director Named at The John Carroll School
Richard J. O’Hara, President of The John Carroll School in Bel Air, announced the appointment of Kathleen Cullen as Director of Finance. Cullen will officially assume her new responsibilities on April 22.
Since 2004, Kathy has served with distinction as Associate Director of Finance at St. Paul’s School for Girls in Brooklandville, Maryland. In that capacity, she has been integral in both strategic and day-to-day financial management, handling the monthly budget reporting system and the general ledger system of accounts, developing and managing a $10 million annual budget, and overseeing the School’s endowment portfolio. In addition, Kathy has led St. Paul’s through the yearly auditing process and directed the financial aid program.
After graduating from Regis University with a degree in accounting, Kathy worked as an auditor for Price Waterhouse, as a chief financial officer of Keycorp Mortgage in California, and following her family’s move to Maryland, as a senior tax consultant for a Timonium firm.
Opened in 1964, The John Carroll School is a Catholic, independent, coeducational secondary school serving seven hundred young men and women from Harford, Cecil, and Baltimore Counties, and eight nations around the world. The School provides a Catholic foundation of values, challenging academics, and real-life experiences, so that its students will embrace opportunities and excel as responsible participants in the global society.
In other John Carroll news, some duties in the Office of Institutional Advancement have been realigned. Here are the details:
(Bel Air, MD) Richard J. O’Hara, President of The John Carroll School in Bel Air, has announced a realignment of duties in the Office of Institutional Advancement. Laura E. Lang, an alumna and twenty-two year veteran of the Catholic independent school, has been named Director of Marketing and Constituent Relations. She will be responsible for the development and coordination of all components of the alumni and parent programs, as well as manage and implement a comprehensive marketing program. Kurt L. Sudbrink, an alumnus and current Vice President of Institutional Advancement, will assume responsibility for and manage all fundraising efforts, including the “I am a Patriot” Annual Campaign and the “Lighting the Way” Capital Campaign.
The mission of The John Carroll Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA) is to create and administer a comprehensive and ongoing program of fundraising, alumni and community relations to advance the mission of the school. Opened in 1964, The John Carroll School is a Catholic, independent college-preparatory coeducational high school located on Churchville Road in Bel Air, Maryland.
Lang and Sudbrink will assume these new responsibilities immediately.