Read: New President for Powers Catholic High School
The Most Reverend Earl Boyea, Bishop of Lansing has appointed Mr. Timothy Gallic of Warren, NJ as the new President of Powers Catholic High School, effective October 1, 2022.
“I am honored to have been chosen to serve as the next president of Powers Catholic High School and look forward to maintaining and continuing the many great traditions of Powers Catholic,” Gallic said on July 16. september.
“My wife and I are strong advocates of Catholic education. We believe wholeheartedly and have witnessed with our seven children the profound impact that Catholic education can have on our young people, their families and our communities. “
“Powers Catholic is fortunate to have a dedicated group of students, parents, faculty, staff and benefactors. I am confident that together we can continue to nurture and grow an environment that forms intentional disciples of Jesus Christ who are ready to serve the Church, the family and the community.
Tim Gallic has extensive experience in educational leadership, strategic planning and fundraising. He has served as president, director of advancement, and director of Catholic institutions across the United States. More recently, he has worked as a consultant to Catholic schools to increase enrollment, stabilize budgets, and train staff and school boards.
“Tim Gallic has a proven track record of being a successful leader with a genuine passion for Catholic education,” said Tom Maloney, superintendent of schools for the Diocese of Lansing.
“He brings a wealth of experience, deep faith and commitment to excellence to his new role. I am delighted to welcome Tim and his family to our diocese and to the Powers Catholic High School community”
Tim Gallic holds a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and a master of arts in educational administration from the University of Scranton, Pennsylvania. He is a member of Legatus and currently he and his family are members of St. Vincent De Paul Parish in Stirling, New Jersey. He currently resides in Warren, New Jersey with his wife Laura and their children.
Please keep Mr. Gallic and his family in your prayers in the weeks and months to come. Our Lady, Seat of Wisdom, pray for them.