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Dominican High School announced new Head of School

March 11, 2010

Dominican Announces New Head of School, Colleen K. Brady

 

The Board of Directors of Dominican High School and the Sponsoring Sinsinawa Sisters are pleased to announce the selection of our new Head of School, Colleen Brady. Ms Brady’s extensive knowledge and past leadership exemplifies the goals and mission of both Dominican High School and the Sinsinawa Dominicans. In her role as Dominican High School’s Head of School she will be responsible for providing leadership and establishing accountability for all aspects of Dominican High School’s mission, academic program and support systems by overseeing the spiritual and professional development of faculty, staff and students.

 

In Ms. Brady’s past leadership roles she demonstrated a high level of success in development. She has executed of multimillion dollar campaigns, as well as managed a school budget exceeding $10 million dollars. Her experience as the Director of Sponsorship Ministry with the Sinsinawa Congregation is also vital to our collaboration with our sponsoring order. Brady’s vision, energy, and leadership in education and development makes her an ideal fit for our Head of School position.

 

Ms. Brady’s educational credentials include a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and American Studies from Carroll College, Montana and a Master’s Degree in Administrative Leadership and Instructional Supervision from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Her post graduate work in administrative and curriculum issues and trends in education from both University of Wisconsin and Marquette University will be beneficial to our rigorous college preparatory curriculum. Ms. Brady’s special affinity for Catholic schools and her collaborative style of leadership is ideal for our Dominican community.

 

Ms. Brady’s official start date will be July 1, 2010. During her transition from Florida to Wisconsin, she will be acclimating herself with the Dominican community through monthly visits beginning March 15th.

 

 

WHITEFISH BAY, Wis. – Dominican High School is a leader in secondary education, providing young men and women with a quality, Catholic college-preparatory education in a supportive, nurturing environment. Founded over 50 years ago by the Sinsinawa Dominicans and based in Whitefish Bay, Wis., Dominican’s diverse population draws students from more than 50 grade schools and four counties across southeastern Wisconsin.

 

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