January 11, 2017

Inbox [Jan. 11]: Maloney named Nativity School president, Worcester Public Library seeks feedback, domestic violence support group starts, GWCF scholarship applications open

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Maloney named Nativity School president

From an emailed letter by Nativity School of Worcester Board of Trustees Chairman J. Christopher Collins:

“As you are aware, Patrick T. Maloney has been serving in the role of interim president at Nativity School of Worcester since the beginning of the school year. The Board of Trustees began a national search this fall for a permanent president of Nativity School of Worcester to begin on July 1, 2017. After completing that search, the Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Maloney as the new President of the school effective immediately.

Patrick T. Maloney

Patrick T. Maloney

“We have had the opportunity to observe Pat in the role as Interim President over the last 6 months. He has done an excellent job. Nativity Worcester is thriving and we believe Pat is well suited to help us achieve the outstanding elements of our strategic plan. Pat has earned the respect of our faculty and administration, our current students, our graduates, and our donors. He is very familiar with the Worcester community, which has shown increasing support to the school each year since our founding. He is also accustomed to the demands and rewards of a Jesuit education.

“Our goal at Nativity is to provide each of our students with a rigorous education that sets them on a path to achieve their full potential and to learn the joys of living a generous life focused on the well-being of others. We have great confidence that Pat will foster our goals, build on our success and lead us to a positive next chapter.”

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