Catholic School News
Cathedral High expands development office
Catholic Foundation /
7/5/2012 9:52:55 AM
Cathedral High School recently hired two alumni to fill positions in its growing development office. Ramon Macias IV from the Class of 2003 has been installed as the Director of Public Relations and Vito Cancellare from the Class of 2004 has begun his tenure as the Admissions Director.
“We are so blessed to have these two young men joining our team. I am confident that their positive impact will be seen immediately,”said Brother Nick Gonzalez, principal, who identified Cathedral's need to improve the school's investment in development. “Thanks to the efforts of Andrew Napier, Development Director, we've made tremendous strides this year in fundraising and rebuilding CHS's outreach to alumni and donors. Our successes have stretched us to the point of needing to bring in more young talent to continue growing as a school.”
Both new hires are excited about returning back home to their alma mater. “The decision to come home feels right, I am truly content,” said Cancellare who was a member of the swim team when a student at Cathedral. “CHS has given me so much and helped form me into the man I am today. I want to be able to give that opportunity to as many young men as I can.”
Macias, comes back to CHS after six years in New Mexico and experience working with the American Cancer Society as a Community Relations Manager. “We have an awesome community of men who have been deeply touched by Cathedral. We look forward to expanding this community of alumni who continue to deliver the mission of our school in El Paso and abroad,” said Macias.
Among many of the successful highlights for Cathedral's fundraising efforts in this past year is a current construction project, the Alumni Annex: an addition to the Multi- Purpose Building that will house locker rooms, bathrooms, storage and a weight room. It is scheduled to be completed by mid-August. By the grace of God, Cathedral High's efforts in development have been profoundly blessed this past year. As a faithful response, Cathedral remains committed to further growth, continued accessibility for families of need, and our Catholic heritage.
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