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Changes in Personnel at the Regional Communications Office

After being at the helm of Christian Brothers Conference’s Communications Department for the past seven years, Celine A. Quinio will be leaving on May 10. During her time as Director of Communications at the D.C. office, Quinio developed a comprehensive plan to guide the Conference’s communications effort. She created the Regional magazine, De La Salle Today; developed the CBC logo; designed, edited and produced books and monographs on the Founder and other Lasallian topics; improved the Conference’s online presence; and coordinated the Institute’s Ministry Twinning Program between the U.S. Lasallian schools and the Lasallian schools in the Lwanga District.

Bro. Robert Schieler, General Councilor, said, “The Region and our Conference office are indebted to Celine for raising the quality of our communication efforts to a whole new level of professionalism. Her commitment and dedication to her work has been admirable. We will miss her very much.”

Elizabeth Jodice has been named the Director of Communications for Christian Brothers Conference effective May 11. Jodice currently serves as Conference’s Communications Specialist and has focused much of her efforts for the past three years on writing, including feature articles in De La Salle Today and stories for the Conference website. She has enhanced the Conference’s online presence, including an improved website and weekly e-mail blasts of current news stories to Lasallians throughout the Region. Jodice began and has expanded the Conference’s efforts in social media including on Facebook and the upcoming launch on Twitter. She also leads the implementation efforts of the Lasallian Education brand.

With the announcement of Elizabeth Jodice as the new Director of Communications, Dr. Margaret (Maggie) McCarty, Executive Director of the Office of Lasallian Education, said, “Elizabeth Jodice is the perfect choice for the new Regional Director of Communications. After working for the past three years in our office promoting the work of the Lasallian Educational network, she is fully qualified and knows our Lasallian world. I am proud and delighted to announce her as the new Director of Communications.”

Prior to coming to the Regional office in D.C., Jodice was an on-air television reporter/anchor/producer for stations in Illinois and Texas. She is a graduate of La Salle University in Philadelphia and a current member of the University’s alumni board.

A search for the second member of the communications team is being launched immediately.