Sister Marjory Ann Baez
Sister Marjory Ann Baez entered the Daughters of Charity Community in 1962. She graduated from Marillac College, St. Louis, Missouri, with a BS in Nursing in 1966. She worked as a nurse at Providence Hospital, Waco, Texas, and in hospital education at Providence Hospital and St. Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. She was sent to teach at Our Lady of Talpa School, Los Angeles and Marian School, Montebello, at which time she also earned an Elementary Teaching Credential. She later became Vice President of Mission Integration efforts for the West Region of the Daughters of Charity National Health System. In 1990, she was named to the Provincial Council with responsibilities in social ministry and formation. She was appointed Provincial of the Daughters of Charity, Province of Los Altos Hills, in 2008. Read More.
Sister Chris Maggi
Sister Chris Maggi received her B.Sc. in Biology in 1979 from the University of San Francisco and entered the Daughters of Charity in 1980. She served as a junior high school teacher in San Francisco, Carson City, Nevada and Los Angeles for ten years. She received an M.A. in Private School Administration in 1999 from the University of San Francisco. From 2000-2004, Sister Chris served as Provincial Secretary at Seton Provincialate. From 2004-2007, she served as principal at Our Lady of the Visitacion School, San Francisco. Today, she serves as Provincial Councillor for Education at Seton Provincialate.
Sister Betty Marie Dunkel
Sister Betty Marie Dunkel has been a Daughter of Charity since 1963. She started her work in social ministries in 1968 as a Family Case Worker at Guardian Angel Settlement in St. Louis Missouri. She later served as Assistant Executive Director at Mt. St. Joseph in San Francisco which was a residential treatment center for adolescent girls. From 1977-1993, she served as Executive Director for St. Vincent’s in Santa Barbara which was a residential treatment center for children with developmental disabilities. She later joined the Diocese of Gallup in New Mexico as Executive Director of Catholic Charities and served there for nine years. From 2005-2009, Sister served as Executive Director of Maryvale, a residential treatment center for foster girls in Rosemead. She currently serves as Councillor of Social Ministries and oversees the social ministries of the Daughters of Charity in five states and the Cook Islands.
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