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Pamela brings 15 years of admissions and development experience working with Catholic and private schools in the Richmond. Most recently, serving as the Admissions and Development Director at Saint Bridget School. Prior to starting her admissions career, Pamela was a Human Resources Manager and Training Consultant for organizations in the utility, non-profit and customer service industries. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Randolph-Macon College (R-MC) and has two daughters who continue the family tradition at R-MC.
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                    [post_content] => Joyce joined the Diocese in 2012 as Director of Development for Schools.  Her position has evolved and she now serves as the Director of the McMahon Parater Scholarship Foundation (MPSF). Joyce oversees the development efforts at 29 schools of the Diocese and manages the Educational Improvement Scholarship Tax Credit program. She has more than 35 years of development and marketing experience, including employment with CCS Fundraising, National Public Radio, Miami University, the Ohio State University, Florida State University and Nashville Public Television. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati and her Masters’ degree from Miami University in Ohio.
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Maggie earned a Doctorate from the University of Georgia in Higher Education, a Master of Interdisciplinary Studies and Bachelor of General Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University. She volunteers for Runway 2 Life, is a member of the Virginia Gift Planning Council and was a member of the Robert Hull Leadership Fellow Inaugural Class of the Southeastern Council of Foundations.
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Staff

Staff

Margaret I. Keightley

Executive Director

Margaret began working at the Diocese 2010. As Executive Director, she works closely with the Board of Directors and oversees the management and administration of the Foundation. Her involvement with the Diocese began as a volunteer for the McMahon Parater Foundation for Education in 2009. She is an active community volunteer on the Boards of Directors of Greater Richmond Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN), Voices for Virginia’s Children and serves on the Advisory Board of Little Sisters of the Poor. Margaret and her husband, Jerry, have two children and live in Richmond, where they are active parishioners at St. Bridget Catholic Church. Margaret earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia in History and American Studies and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Richmond.

Alex Previtera, CFRE

Director of Development & Operations

Alex began working at the Diocese in 2010 with the primary responsibility of overseeing and restructuring the Diocesan Annual Appeal. In the years following, Alex conducted multiple parish efforts within the Living Our Mission campaign and served as the planned giving officer of the Diocese. In his new role as Director of Development and Operations, Alex oversees the areas of planned giving, parish development services and the general operations of the Foundation in addition to his continued management of the Annual Appeal.

Prior to his career at the Diocese, Alex worked as the Director of Workplace Operations for the United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Penn State University and resides in Midlothian with his wife, Jennifer, and his daughter, Abigail.

Joyce A. Schreiber

Director of the McMahon Parater Scholarship Foundation

Joyce joined the Diocese in 2012 as Director of Development for Schools.  Her position has evolved and she now serves as the Director of the McMahon Parater Scholarship Foundation (MPSF). Joyce oversees the development efforts at 29 schools of the Diocese and manages the Educational Improvement Scholarship Tax Credit program. She has more than 35 years of development and marketing experience, including employment with CCS Fundraising, National Public Radio, Miami University, the Ohio State University, Florida State University and Nashville Public Television. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati and her Masters’ degree from Miami University in Ohio.

M. Gabriela Gonza’lez

Director of Parish Development Services & Segura Initiative

Gabriela joined the Diocese in 2014 and is responsible for the Stewardship and Increased Offertory Programs. In addition, she launched a new program for Hispanic Communities at parishes called “Forming Grateful Disciples.” Gabriela also works in conjunction with the Office of Catholic Schools to oversee the Segura Initiative Program which provides access to quality Catholic education to low income Latino children by offering tuition assistant.

Gabriela is originally from Caracas, Venezuela where she graduated from Law School at Santa Maria University. She earned a Master of Criminal Justice and studied Spanish Linguistics at the University of Central Florida. She is the mother of a son and a daughter who attend Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School and Saint Gregory the Great School in Virginia Beach. Gabriela has been involved in different ministries in the Hispanic Community at her parish, St. Gregory, over the last 12 years as Lector Coordinator, Pastoral Care Ministry Coordinator, Eucharist minister, RCIA teacher and Retreats and Workshop Ministry.

Maryagnes F. Keenan, Ed.D.

Director of Planned Giving

As Director of Planned Giving, Maggie is responsible for all aspects of the Foundation’s planned giving program. This includes the cultivation of planned giving prospects, stewardship of planned giving donors as well as the administration of charitable gift annuities and bequests.  Maggie developed a legacy giving program for the Diocese and oversees the Lumen Christi Legacy Society. She also works with parishes, schools and individuals interested in establishing an endowment fund with the Foundation. Maggie moved to Richmond from Savannah, Georgia where she worked in fundraising, planned giving, foundation program management, and brand philanthropy for over 20 years.

Maggie earned a Doctorate from the University of Georgia in Higher Education, a Master of Interdisciplinary Studies and Bachelor of General Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University. She volunteers for Runway 2 Life, is a member of the Virginia Gift Planning Council and was a member of the Robert Hull Leadership Fellow Inaugural Class of the Southeastern Council of Foundations.

Jennifer Burkhead

EISTC Specialist

Jenny has been an employee of the Diocese since 2011 where she started in the Office of Catholic Schools supporting the Superintendent as an Administrative Assistant/Data Manager for school data. In 2016, Jenny transitioned to the Foundation’s team as the EISTC Data Specialist to support the data management of the tax credit scholarship program. Her primary responsibilities include managing reports related to donors, student and school data, processing forms and donations as well as corresponding with schools and donors regarding scholarships and donation requirements. Jenny earned her Bachelor of Arts from Randolph-Macon College and is a parishioner at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.

Amanda Glass

Database Coordinator

Amanda has been an employee of the Diocese since 2008. As Database Coordinator, she insures that all donors’ gifts are properly applied according to their intentions. She works with donors and parishes to research, coordinate and facilitate gifts and ensures data integrity. Amanda brings her database knowledge and customer service expertise from 15 years of working for non-profits and always puts the donors’ needs first. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia.

Veronica Scholle

Administrative Assistant

Veronica joined the Diocese in 2014 and transitioned to the Catholic Community Foundation in 2015. She is the administrative assistant to the Executive Director and to the Director of Development and Operations. She provides administrative support to the office staff as well as to the Board of Directors. In addition, Veronica provides customer service support to donors, pastors and parish staff throughout the Diocese.

Veronica and her husband spent 20 years traveling the country and overseas. During her time as a military spouse she was very active as a Religious Education teacher at numerous parishes/dioceses as well as a very active member of many PTA’s. She earned her Bachelor of English from Wright State University. She and her husband have 3 teenagers who are students at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York, University of Virginia and Deep Run High School.

Miriam Trice

Scholarship Assistant

Miriam joined the McMahon Parater Scholarship Foundation (MPSF) in 2017 as Scholarship Assistant, working primarily with the Education Improvement Scholarship Tax Credit (EISTC). She previously worked with the Great Aspirations Scholarship Program (GRASP) for 9 years, a non-profit in Richmond that provides scholarships to low income students to attend private K-12 schools, and assists high school seniors with financial aid for college. She earned her Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude, from Virginia Commonwealth University. Miriam and her husband, Doug, have two children who claim they are “adulting.” Miriam is active in her parish where she taught Sunday school for 15 years and now sings in the choir. She is a former PTA and neighborhood president and served as a temporary foster parent for a child from Honduras who came to Richmond for multiple surgeries.

Pamela Wray

Development and Enrollment Director

In 2017, Pamela joined the team as Development and Enrollment Director. She provides fundraising, admissions and marketing support to Saint Joseph School. Her time is shared between the Foundation and Saint Joseph Catholic School in Petersburg.

Pamela brings 15 years of admissions and development experience working with Catholic and private schools in the Richmond. Most recently, serving as the Admissions and Development Director at Saint Bridget School. Prior to starting her admissions career, Pamela was a Human Resources Manager and Training Consultant for organizations in the utility, non-profit and customer service industries. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Randolph-Macon College (R-MC) and has two daughters who continue the family tradition at R-MC.