Monica is a native of Washington State – raised in Oak Harbor most of her life
until her move to the Eastside/Seattle area in 2003.
She began her ministry in the church following high school graduation and became
the Pastoral Assistant for Administration at St. Augustine’s Parish in Oak Harbor,
succeeding her mother who worked for the parish for 24 years. Monica brought 18 years
of parish administration experience with her when she joined the chancery staff.
She began in the Annual Catholic Appeal office as the Administrative Assistant,
then Assistant Director, Interim Director and in 2007 became the Director.
Monica teams with the Executive Director and Assistant Director to plan overall
direction, planning and supervision of the Annual Catholic Appeal. She is responsible
for implementing the plan in order to meet Archdiocesan budget goals and manages and
coordinates all internal and logistical operations of the Annual Catholic Appeal
Maggie has lived in Washington for over 25 years, was raised on Mercer Island,
and graduated from Seattle University in 1996. After college, she worked for Boeing
for four years, but then received the call to work for the Church. Literally - a
phone call from the St. Monica parish secretary, asking if she’d like to interview
to take her place.
Maggie brings 9 years of Parish Office experience to the chancery staff, working
with the Executive Director and Director in the support, planning and implementation
of the Annual Catholic Appeal. Maggie is chiefly responsible for daily communication
with parish staff and donors, provides assistance in the creation of ACA materials,
and coordinates logistics and materials for leadership training sessions.