Vicky Rajca, RSCJ, a Religious of the Sacred Heart, holds an MSA degree from Notre Dame in Financial Administration. She has worked in the Network of Sacred Heart Schools and in the not-for-profit sector as a teacher, a Chief Financial Officer and Director of Operations. She has served on several Sacred Heart School Boards of Trustees, as well as on the Finance and Investment Committees of the Society of the Sacred Heart, United States-Canada Province.
Vicky Rajca, RSCJ
Beth Ponticello, an award winning designer, holds a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art + Design in graphic design. For more than two decades, she has been working for the Center for Educational Design and Communication (CEDC) as its Art/Media Director. Besides her work in design, she also enjoys photography.
Clara Dorsch Callahan
Clara Dorsch Callahan, Interim Director of the Stuart Center and Director of the Conference Center, holds a BBA in Marketing, a BA in English, and is a MA Candidate all from Marymount University. Throughout her career Clara has been involved in meeting and event management within the hospitality, technology, and non-profit sectors. For the past 20 years she has worked with faith-based non-profit entities.
Reyna González, RSCJ
Reyna González, is a specialist in non-profit organizational management and popular education methodology. She has more than 20 years of experience as an educator, administrator and consultant. Her areas of expertise include, among other areas, strategic planning, leadership training, especially for youth, as well as program development and evaluation. She serves as Co-coordinator of the Continental Popular Education Network of Sacred Heart.
She leads several youth oriented projects including the Summit Leadership Academy, border immersion programs and is the creator of the Call Me Back app, a tool for discernment and life exploration for young adults. She is Spanish-English bi-lingual.
Imma De Stefanis, RSCJ, Ph.D.
Imma De Stefanis is a Religious of the Sacred Heart with more than 25 years of experience as educator, administrator and consultant. She holds an MA from the University of California, Berkeley and a doctorate from Boston College in Applied Developmental Psychology. Her areas of specialty include: Strategic planning, facilitation, Board development and leadership training. She is English-Spanish bi-lingual.
Clara Dorsch Callahan
Clara Dorsch Callahan, Interim Director of the Stuart Center and Director of the Conference Center, holds a BBA in Marketing, a BA in English, and is a MA Candidate at Marymount University. Throughout her career Clara has been involved in meeting and event management within the hospitality, technology, and non-profit sectors. For the past 15 years she has worked with faith-based non-profit entities.
Megan Wilson-Reitz is a community-based theologian and justice worker based in Cleveland, Ohio. Her research, teaching, and professional experience focus on how religious ethics, personal spirituality, mission and values can influence how communities deal with thorny issues such as social identity, social justice, and the common good. She holds an MA in Religious Studies from John Carroll University, where she serves as a part-time faculty member in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, teaching courses in economic justice, social ethics, and Catholic Social Teaching. She is a long-term member of Cleveland's extended Catholic Worker Community.
Fran de la Chapelle , RSCJ
Frances de La Chapelle , RSCJ, has been a Religious of the Sacred Heart for over fifty years. During these years she has been a teacher in the elementary and secondary schools, has been an administrator on the College level as well as in several Sacred Heart Schools, has served on several Boards of Trustees for Sacred Heart schools, and has held leadership positions in the Network of Sacred Heart Schools as well as in Provincial Leadership.