By Christine Bordelon, Clarion Herald Through a weekly, online video presentation called “Women in Witness,” the Archdiocese of New Orleans is highlighting the role
By Peter Finney Jr., Clarion Herald When Marianite Sister Marjorie Hebert became president and CEO of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans six years ago,
By Peter Finney Jr., Clarion Herald Like everyone else accustomed to potential computer scams, Marianite Sister Marjorie Hebert, the president and CEO of Catholic Charities
By Peter Finney Jr., Clarion Herald Three hundred thirty-one employees of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans – another 200 staffers had to work
Marianite Sister Marjorie Hebert had served for the last four months as the interim president and chief operating officer of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans (CCANO).
At the end of a national search, Archbishop Gregory Aymond announced May 1 that Sister Marjorie would lead the organization as its permanent president/CEO, saying her experience in education, health care, community and building “will continue to be a blessing” to the archdiocese and the Catholic Charities.