The University of San Francisco's Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership (ICEL) will host Making Decisions to Sustain Your Mission, a four-day conference on trustee leadership in Catholic education, July 18-21. Designed for members of governing boards from Catholic colleges, universities, and high schools, this second annual conference will include presentations and panel discussions focused on decision-making strategies that are not only mission-aligned, but also grounded in national research. Trustees from 42 schools from across the country will travel to San Francisco to participate.
ICEL Director Stephen Katsouros, S.J., EdD, whose academic research at Harvard University, Columbia University, and USF focuses on the characteristics of effective, high-performing boards of trustees, develops and organizes the annual conference to meet a need he learned of through his research surveys of Catholic administrators. While reviewing his findings, Fr. Katsouros discovered that maintaining "Catholic identity" was the top area of proficiency needed by Catholic administrators today.
"Based on this research, I wanted to design a mission-focused conference that would provide sound approaches to tackling traditional fiduciary responsibilities and other executive challenges, while keeping Catholic identity front and center," said Fr. Katsouros, who has an extensive teaching and administrative background, including his nine-year stint as president of Loyola School in Manhattan's Upper East Side, and is currently serving on USF's Leadership Cabinet and on the boards of the Schools of the Sacred Heart in San Francisco, Creighton University in Nebraska, and Regis University in Denver.
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