Margaret has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia in History and American Studies, and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Richmond. She began working at the Diocese of Richmond in September 2010. Margaret’s involvement with the Diocese began as a volunteer for the McMahon Parater Scholarship Foundation in 2009. Prior to her career in development, Margaret was a senior sales professional at Sanofi Aventis Pharmaceuticals. She is an active community volunteer on the Boards of Directors of Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) and Voices for Virginia’s Children. She and her husband, Jerry, have two children and live in Richmond.
Joyce has more than 30 years of development and marketing experience, including employment with CCS Fundraising, National Public Radio, Miami University, the Ohio State University, Florida State University and Nashville Public Television. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati, and her Masters’ from Miami University in Ohio. She joined the Diocese of Richmond development team in 2012.
Jenny has been an employee of the Diocese since 2011 where she started in the Office of Catholic Schools supporting the Superintendent as an Administrative Assistant/Data Manager for school data. In 2016, Jenny transitioned to the Foundation’s team as the EISTC Data Specialist to support the data management of the tax credit scholarship program. Her primary responsibilities include managing reports related to donors, student and school data, processing forms and donations as well as corresponding with schools and donors regarding scholarships and donation requirements. Jenny earned her Bachelor of Arts from Randolph-Macon College and is a parishioner at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.
Miriam joined the McMahon Parater Scholarship Foundation (MPSF) in 2017 as Scholarship Assistant, working primarily with the Education Improvement Scholarship Tax Credit (EISTC). She previously worked with the Great Aspirations Scholarship Program (GRASP) for 9 years, a non-profit in Richmond that provides scholarships to low income students to attend private K-12 schools, and assists high school seniors with financial aid for college. She earned her Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude, from Virginia Commonwealth University. Miriam and her husband, Doug, have two children who claim they are “adulting.” Miriam is active in her parish where she taught Sunday school for 15 years. She is a former PTA and neighborhood president and served as a temporary foster parent for a child from Honduras who came to Richmond for multiple surgeries.