Congregation Announces Selection of Anne Chapdeleine as COO of Sisters of Providence Ministry Corporation
Sisters of Providence Ministry Corporation announces selection of Anne Chapdeleine as new Chief Operating Officer of the Sisters of Providence Ministry Corporation
WE ARE PLEASED to announce the selection of Anne Chapdelaine as Chief Operating Officer of the Sisters of Providence Ministry Corporation (SPMC) effective May 16, 2022. Ms. Chapdelaine comes to SPMC with over 20 years of diversified management experience. She has had a successful career in higher education at Bay Path University since 2010, most recently serving as Dean of Students since 2018.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Entrepreneurship and a Master of Science in Management.
Her professional skills include strategic planning, program development and operations, process improvement, systems implementation, student financial management, communication, mentoring, policy development and website management, among others. As an adjunct faculty member, she taught communications, operations management and decision-making.
SPMC CEO John Wesolowski commented: “We are pleased to welcome Anne as our new COO. She impresses me as a mission driven person who enjoys taking on new challenges, is a problem solver and an individual who derives satisfaction from doing well for the organization and those it serves.”
Anne resides in Southampton on a horse farm.
The Sisters of Providence Ministry Corporation was established in 2013 as a holding company overseeing the operations of subsidiary corporations, namely, Providence Place, Inc.; Mary’s Meadow at Providence Place, Inc.; Genesis Spiritual Life and Conference Center, Inc.; Providence Ministries for the Needy, Inc. and other properties.