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Board of Directors

Nathan Haug – Chair

Principal of CMI

Rose Leavitt – Vice Chair

CHI Health Immanuel, Director, Roncalli Catholic 1978

James Andrews

Office Manager, LT Service Company, LLC. Roncalli Catholic 1976

Charles Chevalier

Archbishop Rummel High School ’71

Fr. Damien Cook

Pastor, St. Philip Neri – Blessed Sacrament Catholic Parish

Kayleen Degener

Director of Nursing at CHI Health, Roncalli Catholic 1988

John Ewing

Douglas County Treasurer, Alumni Parent 20o6 and 2010.

Kevin Furey

CPA partner, HBE, LLP, Roncalli Catholic 1977

Sr. Margaret Hickey

Notre Dame Sisters

Joan Huss

Behavioral Health Therapist Supervisor, CHI Health

Julie Kaminski

Immanuel, Chief Operating Officer, Alumni Parent 2020

Ellen Karsk

Alumni Parent, 2016

Ron Lassek

First Vice President, Merrill Lynch, Roncalli Catholic 1977

Weslyene Lee

Union Pacific Railroad, Director of Occupational Risk Management, Alumni Parent 2014

Kevin Lewis

CFO. Team Software, Roncalli Catholic 1990

Julie Monaco

VP/ Manager at American National Bank, Parent of Alumni 2008, Roncalli Catholic 1978

Bernie Post

Content Manager at Omaha Community Foundation, Roncalli Catholic 1990

Byron Willis
Gen Dir – Premium Sales
Union Pacific RR

Sean Keisling
President, Roncalli Catholic High School

The Roncalli Catholic High School Board of Directors have limited jurisdiction, with all actions of the board being subject to amendment, clarification, and/or veto power of the Archbishop. The purpose of the board is to conduct an institution for secondary education of students in accordance with the express religious teachings and beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church; to maintain and operate properties and facilities; and to fulfill the established religious purposes and activities inherent in the mission of education of the Archdiocese of Omaha.

The Board of Directors shall have the responsibility for:

a. Establishing mission, vision, values, long-range goals, and the annual action plan objectives in support of the strategic plan in areas of curriculum, development, enrollment, facilities, faith, finance, staffing, and technology.

b. Approving administrative policies proposed by the President for the operation of the School, which are in accordance with the philosophy and management of the School.

c. Reviewing fundraising; setting tuition; approving the annual budget; reviewing levels of tuition assistance; and authorizing and reviewing auditor reports.

d. Reviewing alumni relations and events, student recruitment, and marketing.

e. Determining goal achievement of the President, completing the President’s annual review and salary recommendation, evaluating mission effectiveness, completing a sponsorship review, reviewing by-laws, and making recommendations for changes.

f. Selecting members of the board of directors and committees; electing officers, subject to the Archbishop’s right to approve of the President and Chairperson; and being responsible for the hiring and removal of the School President pending approval of the Archbishop.

g. Formally supporting the School’s annual fund and capital campaigns; pledging to consider a legacy gift to the School.