President, Incarnate Word Academy
Incarnate Word Academy is a diverse educational institution of choice for young women located on approximately 9 acres in Bel-Nor, Missouri, a small suburb northwest of the City of St. Louis. The mission of Incarnate Word Academy is to challenge young women of faith to achieve their God-given potential as academically successful Women of the Word, following the example of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, by promoting human dignity, thereby empowering themselves and others to make a positive impact on our world.
The Academy has the President/Principal model of administration. The President’s primary responsibility is to provide visionary leadership, overall direction and administration of the school’s operation, consistent with the IWA’s mission statement, vision and core values, as well as the mission and charism of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, the sponsoring congregation of the Academy.
The successful candidate must be a Catholic in good standing with the Church; have a Master’s degree or above (Doctorate preferred) in Education Administration or with an advanced degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, Business or related area; and demonstrated successful experience in leadership in a private educational or non-profit organization with a faith-based mission. Preference will be given to a candidate with successful administrative experience in a Catholic secondary school.
Contact Richard D. Sbarbaro, Managing Partner at, email@example.com..
Executive Director of Institutional Advancement, Marist High School
Marist High School in Chicago, Illinois, opened its doors on September 9, 1963, under the leadership and direction of the Marist Brothers of the Schools, an international order of teaching Brothers founded in La Valla, France in 1817. The school has thrived over the last fifty-four years, and now boasts more than 18,000 alumni. Through the years, Marist has developed an innovative and demanding college preparatory curriculum that serves Chicago-area and suburban students at all academic levels, while keeping its Catholic identity at the forefront of its mission.
The Executive Director of Institutional Advancement is responsible for providing leadership and supervision of an experienced Advancement team including two major gift officers, the director of the annual fund, the constituent relations manager, the director of marketing and communications, and support staff and their work for the fundraising, marketing, and communications programs of the school.
The successful candidate must be a practicing Catholic with a commitment to embrace the Catholic and Marist mission and vision of Marist High School and should have 10+ years of experience in advancement programs and campaigns in a Catholic or private secondary school, college or other institution.
Please send resume and letter of interest to, firstname.lastname@example.org..
Chief Executive Officer, CSJ Initiatives
Trinity Executive Partnership is assisting CSJ Initiatives in the recruitment of a new Chief Executive Officer. CSJ Initiatives was launched by the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph to:
- Own and manage non-profit senior care properties.
- Manage the Congregation of St. Joseph Centers (motherhouses) and related property.
- Provide consultation and property management services for non-profit senior care providers and other religious groups.
The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph is a religious community of nearly 500 vowed Catholic women and 600 lay associates who live and minister primarily in the U.S. and Japan. They sponsor over 20 ministries including three Catholic high schools; tutoring literacy program; spirituality centers; social service programs; spiritual direction; and pastoral assistance.
Contact Richard D. Sbarbaro, Managing Partner at email@example.com.