FIVE MEMBERS OF CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMUNITY SERVICES LEADERSHIP TEAM NAMED TO 2022 ASU SUN DEVIL 100
Five of the six members of the Catholic Charities Community Services Leadership team have been named to the Arizona State University Sun Devil 100 list, which celebrates the achievements of ASU alumni who own or lead businesses across the globe.
The Catholic Charities team will be honored at the April 28 awards celebration on the ASU Tempe campus.
Named to this year’s list are:
• Paul Mulligan, President and CEO (’15, MBA)
• Steve Capobres, Vice President of Business Development and Executive Director of Housing for Hope (’84, B.S. and ’91, MPA)
• Catherine Peterson, Executive Director, Northern Arizona (’85, MSW)
• CarrieLynn Mascaro, Vice President of Central Arizona Programs and Services (’97, B.S.)
• Sara Wilson, Vice President, Human Resources (’06, B.S.)
The SunDevilspirit fuels the team as they lead the agency’s more than 400 employees throughout seven counties in Arizona through the current pandemic, immigration and refugee crises, and a severe shortage of affordable housing. These amazing leaders continue the long history of Catholic Charities walking alongside the most vulnerable.
“My ASU education provided a foundation of business acumen, which guides me daily through the work we do at Catholic Charities to walk alongside the most vulnerable foster children and families, the homeless, veterans, survivors of domestic abuse and sex-trafficking, and more,” said Mulligan. “ASU has helped us build a strong and forward-thinking leadership team.”
To be considered for the Sun Devil 100, companies must be ASU alumni-owned or -led; have been in business for at least three years; have revenues of $250,000-plus for the past three years; and operate in a manner consistent with the ASU Charter.
To see a list of all honorees for this year’s class of the Sun Devil 100, visit https://alumni.asu.edu/events/sun-devil-100. For more information about the Catholic Charities leadership team, check out the complete blog at https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/agency-news/catholic-charities-celebrates-2nd-year-as-sun-devil-100-leaders.
Catholic Charities Community Services
About Catholic Charities Community Services
Founded in 1933, Catholic Charities provides care for the vulnerable of all faiths in Central and Northern Arizona through programs in foster care, early education, affordable housing, veteran services, refugee resettlement, and homeless outreach. Learn more by visiting www.CatholicCharitiesAZ.org. Social connections include www.facebook.com/CatholicCharitiesAZand twitter.com/CCArizona.
About the Arizona State University Alumni Association
The ASU Alumni Association formed in 1894, less than 10 years after the founding of the Arizona Territorial Normal School (ASU’s original predecessor) and almost 20 years before Arizona became a state. The association is the university’s oldest support group. For more than 125 years, the ASU Alumni Association has advanced the interests of the university’s alumni and served as a lifelong connection between the university and graduated Sun Devils throughout the state, across the country and around the world. Today, the ASU Alumni Association serves more than 540,000 Sun Devils around the world. For more information, visit http://alumni.asu.edu.