April Networking Breakfast

Event Date:

12 Apr 2019

Event Time:

07:30 AM

Event Location:

Woodcrest Country Club , Cherry Hill

Bridging Mission and Management

Dr. Jim Gallo, the Director of The Center for Church Management at the Villanova School of business will lead us in discussion that deals with running and conducting businesses as we maneuver complicated facilities, human resource concerns, budgeting challenges and potential security risks.

Professor Gallo is the Director of the Center for Church Management at Villanova School of Business where he works to educate clergy and laity on how to manage their diocese, parishes and church organizations from a business perspective that is grounded in Church teaching.

Dr. Jim Gallo a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration degree from Saint Joseph’s University where he researched assessment measures for mission at Catholic Colleges and Universities. He also holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Neumann University and a Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Loyola University in Maryland. Prior to working at Villanova, Jim was Director of Student Activities at Neumann University, Director of Student Activities at Holy Cross High School in Delran, New Jersey, and Pastoral Associate for Family Life at a parish in the Diocese of Trenton. In addition to his position as center director, he teaches Pastoral Strategic Planning in the Master of Science in Church Management program at Villanova and Research Design Methods in the Master of Education program at Saint Joseph’s University. Jim is also currently serving on several dissertation review committees. He likes to volunteer his time at Church as a cantor and as a member of a Catholic high school board, but he most enjoys spending time with his 1 year-old daughter.

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Total Seat: 300 (296 Left)


  • Woodcrest Country Club
  • 300 East Evesham Road
  • Cherry Hill
  • New Jersey
  • United States
  • Fri, 12 Apr 2019 07:30 AM - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 09:00 AM

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