Board of Directors

  • The Board of Directors of Providence Connections affirms our mission of strengthening families and enriching lives, and ensures that adequate fiscal resources are available to realize that mission. Board members serve as ambassadors by responsibly representing the agency to individuals, other organizations, funding sources and the community.

    Regular meetings of the Board are held in September, December, February and May.

    Officers of the Board

    James Bartoszewicz, President
    Attorney and Principal, Fiducia Group

    Sr. Mary Traupman, CDP, Vice-President
    Provincial Councillor, Sisters of Divine Providence

    Douglas C. Hart, Treasurer
    Partner/Member, Burns White LLC

    Sr. Betty Sundry, CDP, Secretary
    Director of Social Concerns, Sisters of Divine Providence

    Charles R. Vargo, Former Past President
    Executive Director, Washington Physician Hospital Organization

    Members of the Board

    Wendy R. Church
    Auditor Director, Bank of New York Mellon

    Sr. Janet Folkl, CDP
    Associate Campus Minister, Mission and Ministry, LaRoche University

    Sr. Marlene Luffy, CDP
    Sisters of Divine Providence

    Sr. Ana Lydia Sonera Matos, CDP
    Provincial Councillor, Sisters of Divine Providence

    Sr. Bertshabe Palomino Montalvo, CDP
    Sisters of Divine Providence

    Savita Mullapudi
    Community Volunteer/Consultant

    Ian Prisuta
    Vice President, Giant Eagle

    Matt Szigety
    Vice President & Director, PNC Financial Services Group

    Terence Turk
    Account Executive, The Wilson Group

     

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Every Thursday this summer, campers will help prep produce donations to be taken home by families in need. 

In addition to being a meaningful service opportunity, sorting the produce also exposes kids to foods they havent tried before or dont eat often. Today, students took home grapes, cucumbers, radishes, mushrooms, and hot peppers for their efforts.

🍎 Our 412 Food Rescue student volunteers are at it again! 🥦

Every Thursday this summer, campers will help prep produce donations to be taken home by families in need.

In addition to being a meaningful service opportunity, sorting the produce also exposes kids to foods they haven't tried before or don't eat often. Today, students took home grapes, cucumbers, radishes, mushrooms, and hot peppers for their efforts.
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