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Holy Family Institute Appoints Four New Board Members

Holy Family Institute new board members

Holy Family Institute Appoints Four New Board Members

The appointees bring decades of experience in education, finance, nonprofit management, and law.

PITTSBURGH Holy Family Institute (HFI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Carol S. MacPhail and Timothy F. Noelker to the Holy Family Institute Board of Directors and Dr. Illana R. Lane and Patrice Matamoros to the Nazareth Prep Board of Trustees. In the image above, they are (L-R): Dr. Illana R. Lane, Carol S. MacPhail, Patrice Matamoros, and Timothy F. Noelker.

“Each of these new leaders brings valuable experience and skills that will support Holy Family and Nazareth Prep’s important work in the community,” said Sister Linda Yankoski, Chief Executive Officer of Holy Family Institute. “Our volunteer leadership is composed of high caliber professionals and community leaders who are committed to helping us care for children and families.”

Dr. Illana R. Lane, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Holy Family University, has worked in the field of education for more than 30 years. Dr. Lane oversees the advancement of academic programming, workforce readiness, and University curriculum. Previously, she served as Chief Assessment and Learning Officer for Medaille College and has taught at the university level for more than two decades.

Carol S. MacPhail, Associate Professor in the Rockwell School of Business at Robert Morris University, coordinates the University’s Financial Planning Program and holds a dual faculty appointment in the departments of Finance and Accounting. Prior to entering academia, MacPhail spent more than 30 years with Deloitte LLP, serving as a Partner with a specialization in taxation and having held numerous leadership roles.

Patrice Matamoros, President of Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania, leads the organization in developing strategies to help students prepare for their futures. Previously, Matamoros founded and served as Chief Executive Officer of P3R, a nonprofit that organizes races and runs in the Pittsburgh area, committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment for all participants and attendees.

Timothy F. Noelker, retired General Counsel for the Peace Corps, worked for more than 40 years in the legal field, most recently receiving White House appointments to AmeriCorps and then to the Peace Corps. Prior to these appointments, Noelker was a Partner at Thompson Coburn LLP, practicing in the firm’s Federal Practice and Business Litigation Departments and receiving recognition in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America.

With their extensive backgrounds in education, finance, nonprofit management, and law, these four new board members will support HFI’s efforts to serve children and families in our area.