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Women in Philanthropy Part 2 - An Interview with Kathleen Criscione on the Petrus Development Show

In this episode, we continue from last week with Part 2 of our Women in Philanthropy series, hosted by Tara Doyon and Sarah Rose. In Part 2, Sarah and Tara visit with Kathleen Criscione, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Play Therapist, mother of 3 and practicing Catholic. Join them as they discuss how to let go of the unrealistic expectations set for working women. And how to create a healthy work-life balance. 


Show Notes:

Expectations for working moms. How do you get everything done and keep your sanity? How do working moms make it in development?

Kathleen Criscione is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Play Therapist. She is a mother of 3 children under 4. She and her family are practicing Catholics with faith as a central part of their home. She is a member of St. Peter Catholic Church in St. Louis.

Kathleen received her Bachelors in Social Work from Saint Mary’s College at Notre Dame, IN and her Masters in Social Work...

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A Case for Support-Raisers


By Matt Aujero, Campus Minister at The Catholic Student Center at University of Maryland


This past week I attended a three-day virtual conference on fundraising put on by Petrus Development.  Watching hours of online webinars one would think it would leave me exhausted and “zoomed-out”.  Instead I felt energized and renewed.  More importantly, I cannot deny that the content was striking my soul.

On day three, in the middle of the conference, I “left” to go to a virtual orientation for freshmen at University of Maryland to represent our Catholic Student Center.  On that call were two other Christian ministers.  One asked me (divinely timed?) how I go about fundraising.  I found I couldn’t shut up!  This inner joy in me came out of me like an open fire hydrant.  In a half hour,  I was sharing as much advice and stories as I could about our fundraising efforts at the CSC for the past four years.  I...

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