Representatives from each of the eight entities that comprise ASEC were in attendance at the annual board meeting held on Marywood's campus.
On March 24, 2014, the African Sisters Education Collaborative held its annual board meeting at the Marywood University campus. Representatives from each of the eight entities that comprise ASEC were in attendance.
First row from the left: Sr. Anne Munley, IHM, Brighid Blake, MA, H.Dip.ED., Sr. Anna Mary Henrietta Nyangoma, MCESM, Anne Myers, SSJ, Kathryn Miller, SSJ, Sr. Jane Wakahiu, LSOF, Ph.D., Sharon Hirsh, Ph.D., and Sr. Florence Nwaonuma, SSH
Second row from the left: Marijane Hresko, OSF, Grace Lines, Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, Therese O'Rourke, IHM, Carol Ann Knight, SHCJ, Jane Farr, Ph.D, Sr. Anne McNamara, OSF, Margaret Gannon, IHM, and Ann R. Henry, Ph.D.
Absent from the meeting were: Mary Ann Buckley, SHCJ, Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., and Sr. Louise Lears, S.C.
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