Sister Carol Cimino, SSJ, Ed.D., assumes role on June 1
Bishop Richard J. Malone has appointed a new superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Buffalo. Sister Carol Cimino, SSJ, Ed.D., a national consultant, college professor and author, will be introduced on Jan. 31 at the “Making a Difference Dinner - A Celebration of Catholic Schools,” which will be held at the Buffalo/Niagara Convention Center.
“This is a wonderful way to begin Catholic Schools Week,” Bishop Malone said. “Sister Carol’s credentials are impeccable. She brings to our Catholic schools a breadth of experience that will play an important role as we continue to focus on the faith formation and high academic achievement of our students. She has a deep commitment to the mission of Catholic schools, and knows and understands the importance of Catholic identity.”
A native of Rochester, Sister Carol has presented workshops across the country on marketing, school board and council development and strategic planning. Her book, Ensuring a Future Full of Hope, has been used by parent groups and boards to assist in recruitment efforts.