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The Board of Trustees of the Center for FaithJustice (CFJ) is pleased to announce the selection of Matthew Robaszkiewicz as our new executive director, beginning February 2, 2015. Matthew brings over twenty years of ministerial and management experience at the local, diocesan, regional, and national levels in the areas of Catholic youth, young adult, and campus ministry, education, non-profit administration, and meeting/event and conference planning. He also has a passion for service after having travelled to Appalachia, Jamaica, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Nigeria.
Matthew’s hire comes after an extensive national search, which attracted more than 50 applications from across the United States. Read more in the Press Release – Center for FaithJustice New Executive Director.
We are grateful to the many program partners and participants, donors, and friends of the organization that have helped us to reach this new phase in the history of CFJ. Your support has been unwavering. We look forward to continuing to offer high quality programming to young people and to expanding our reach in the years to come.
Please join us in welcoming Matthew and thank you in advance for your prayers for success as we move forward.
Rocky Balsamo, Chair Laura Heil, President
“The Center for Faithjustice consistently provides programs that challenge students to rethink what they know about social justice, their faith and how those two things are inseparable. Their programs, especially JusticeworX, have shaped so many students into active, faith-filled stewards of peace, love, and solidarity. Their staff is extremely professional and prepared. They are the quintessential Catholic Social teaching organization in the Mid-Atlantic region and I will always make sure that my students have an opportunity to experience their good work.” -Sam Deitch, St. Joe’s Prep Campus Minister, written September 10, 2014