Bishop Malone names two to Catholic Schools Advisory Board
A well-respected educator and a human resources expert have been named by Bishop Richard J. Malone to the Catholic Schools Advisory Council. Members of the council serve on committees aimed at updating the current diocesan Catholic school strategic plan, Faith in Tomorrow, which was designed to strengthen and grow Catholic elementary education in the Diocese of Buffalo.
Robert T. Scott, AFSC, president of St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute in Kenmore, is beginning his 44th year of service at the Christian Brothers' school. He first served as a religion and social studies teacher, then as vice principal for student affairs, principal, and now president. In addition, he has served on the Board of Regents at Canisius College and is presently a board member of the NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo and Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse. Scott is a member of the Mission Education Council of the Christian Brothers' District of Eastern North America. He was awarded Letters of Affiliation as a member of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 2001.
Nancy L. Pusatier joined M&T Bank as vice president and senior manager of employee relations. In 2014, she was promoted to group vice president. Her duties include management of the design and delivery of employee relations programs throughout the M&T footprint covering approximately 15,000 employees. Pusatier holds a bachelor of science degree from the State University College at Buffalo and completed the graduate level certificate program from SUNY at Buffalo in human resources. She held board positions at Holy Angels Academy, Buffalo, and the Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network. A 2013 graduate of Leadership Buffalo, Pusatier previously worked as the director of human resources for the Kaleida Health's Women and Children's Hospital in Buffalo.
The Catholic Schools Advisory Council is consultative to the bishop and to the secretary for Catholic education and superintendent of Catholic schools of the Diocese of Buffalo. This collaborative body has consultative input, providing vision, advocacy and leadership which preserves and strengthens education in the diocese.
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