Magazine article National Catholic Reporter

Additions to the Family

Magazine article National Catholic Reporter

Additions to the Family

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Editor Dennis Coday is traveling during this publication week to Quebec City for the annual conference of the Catholic Press Association. Ask him sometime just how difficult it is to get from Kansas City, Missouri, to Quebec.

To make up for his travel woes, I volunteered to write this column. Actually, this gives me a chance to introduce three people who are joining the NCR Board of Directors. You may already know or have heard of one or all of them. It would be a blessing to capture the time and attention of any one of these folks, but to welcome all three to the NCR family is an especially joyous task.

The board recently elected Jacqueline Doud of Los Angeles, Terrence J. Rynne of Chicago and Dan Schutte of San Francisco.

Doud is president emerita of Mount St. Mary's University in Los Angeles after serving 11 years as that institution's first lay president. She spent 35 years in senior administration and has been a consultant for many colleges and universities. She serves as a trustee of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation and as a director of Santa Clara University's Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley.

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She has received many awards, including Woman of the Year in Los Angeles and the Theodore M. Hesburgh Award for outstanding contributions to Catholic higher education from the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. She and her husband, Robert Doud, live in La Verne, California.

Rynne and his wife, Sally Rynne, are the founders of the Center for Peacemaking at Marquette University, where he teaches peace studies. The couple also runs the Sally and Terry Rynne Foundation, which is dedicated to peacemaking and the empowerment of women.

Previously he was president of the Rynne Marketing Group, a nationally recognized health care marketing firm, and before that he was a hospital administrator in the Chicago area. …

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