4251 L Street Philadelphia, PA 19124 215-338-3120 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Volunteers & Staff:
Gratitude to our full and part-time Volunteers for their assistance to our students!
Interim Executive Director: Sister Martina Erdlen, IHM Site Director: Sister Margaret Paul Longshore, IHM Grant Writer and Instructor:Sister Marcille McEntee, IHM Development Assistant:Jean Berry Technology and Instructor:Sister Ana Iris Graña, IHM English Language Instructors: Kathy Brown, Frank Daly, Barbara Lahnemann, Sister Linda Filipponi, IHM, Sister Lorraine de Arros, IHM, Sister Jane Michael, IHM, Sister Jean Daniel, IHM, Sister Judith Geschke, IHM, Sister Mary Dooley, IHM, Sister Mary Anne Hoesle, IHM, Sister Margaret Quinn, IHM, Sister Thais Margiotta, IHM, Diana Peterson, Jeanne Vissa, Anna Wollwert, Kelly Zuzulo Camilla Hall Conversation Partners Director: Sister Agnes Andrew, IHM Citizenship Instructors:Stephen Paesani, Pat Connell Digital Literacy Instructors: Sarah Grosso, Katie Oles We are so very grateful to our volunteers for their generosity of time and talent! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Our 2022 Board of Directors Board Officers: Chair: Sister Patricia Fadden, IHM Finance & Property Committee Chair: Carolynn Thompson Membership & Governance Committee Chair: Sister Rita Murphy, IHM Development & Marketing Committee Chair: Robert Juliano Mission & Planning Committee Chair: Anne Walker Members: John Cooke Die Fall Patricia Gattuso Marie Moise John O'Doherty Matthew Parsons Sister Joanne Ralph, IHM Linda Toner Mary Treisbach Michael Vail Joanna Wusinich
Some Statistics about Our Students
We presently serve 250 adults enrolled from 26 Countries. The majority of our students come from Brazil and speak Portuguese, also Haiti and speak Creole/French, and several come from Central and South America. Since July 2016, two students have become Citizens of the United States, bringing our total to 20 citizens! 71% of our students are employed; 46% in full time employment and 25% are part-time. Since classes began in September, the following goals have been accomplished by some of our students: