This year, St. Francis Catholic High School, with Bishop Soto’s approval, adopted Policy Governance®, an integrated board leadership paradigm created by Dr. John Carver. In the words of Dr. Carver, “This is a groundbreaking model of governance designed to empower boards to fulfill their obligation of accountability for the organizations they govern. The model enables the board to focus on the larger issues, to delegate with clarity, to control management’s job without meddling, to rigorously evaluate the accomplishment of the organization; to truly lead its organization.” We are pleased that our Board of Trustees has embraced this new model and our members are looking forward to advancing the mission of St. Francis Catholic High School.
Kathleen Deeringer joined the Board in 2013. As a respected former member of the St. Francis faculty, she brings valuable insight and experience to the Board. Kathleen graduated from Stanford University with a BA in English and earned an MA in History/Humanities from CSUS. As a member of the faculty Kathleen taught in the Theology, English and Social Studies Departments. With her breadth of knowledge and SF community experience, Kathleen became a member of the Finance Committee. She brings her unique perspective and understanding of what resources are needed to achieve excellence in both educational and spiritual growth.
Dr. Pam DiTomasso joined the Board in 2014. She owns DiTomasso Dental, a thriving dental practice in midtown Sacramento and she resides in East Sacramento. Pam received the Distinguished Alumnae Award in 2001.
Roxanne Elliott, a graduate of the Class of 1994, is the Administrator for the Elliott Family Foundation. She was selected by Bishop Soto to serve on the Board in 2014 and also serves on several community non-profit boards including the Mercy Foundation and the Sacramento State Construction Management Education Foundation. She is a parishioner at Holy Trinity Parish.
Tom McCaffery was appointed to the St. Francis Board in 2013. He is the Vice President, California State Partnerships at Blue Shield of California. Tom is from Modesto and attended Catholic school for twelve years graduating from Notre Dame University. First as part of the volunteer corp and later as a member of the faculty, Tom worked as a high school teacher at Cardinal Hayes High School in the Archdiocese of New York. Tom is actively involved in many philanthropic efforts in Sacramento including his tenure on the Board of Directors for Golden One Credit Union and the Sacramento Children’s Home.
Alison Morr graduated from St. Francis in 1989 and joined the Board in August of 2015. She received her BA in Political Science from UC Santa Barbara and a JD and High Tech Law Certificate from Santa Clara University. Most recently she served as Executive Director of Development and External Relations managing the development and marketing/ communications efforts for the UC Davis, School of Education.
Mary Norris served on the St. Francis Advisory Board for six years and was appointed to the Board in 2013. She currently is the Chair of the Finance Committee. Mary is a Regional Sales Manager & Vice President, Wells Fargo Bank SBA Lending Division.
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