ECSS hires business manager
Heidi E. Sheehan, CPA, has been hired as the business manager for the new Erie Catholic School System. She will oversee the business operations of the Erie Catholic School System and develop business plans and strategies to support the system’s mission of Catholic education in concert with the president and the board of directors.
The director of finance for Villa Maria Elementary School in Erie, she has a diverse background in accounting and financial management. She will assume her new duties as business manager, effective March 27, while remaining in her current position at Villa Maria Elementary until the school closes in June.
Sheehan was director of finance at Wire Weld Inc., in North East, from 2009-14. She was business manager for the Montessori Regional Charter School in Erie and was an educator in the Adult Learning Center for the Erie School District. She began her career as an accountant for Coopers and Lybrand of Philadelphia. For nearly a decade, she worked as a controller at Ditch Witch in Illinois, and at Finish Thompson, Inc. in Erie. Sheehan earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting from Penn State University in State College, Pa.
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Principals named for Erie Catholic School System
The Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Erie is pleased to announce the names of the principals who will lead each school as it launches the new Erie Catholic School System this summer. They are: Violet Kill at St. Jude School; Lisa Norton at St. James School; Lisa Panighetti at Our Lady of Peace School; Allison Reynolds at St. George School; Julia Strzalka at St. Luke School; and Jane Wagner at Blessed Sacrament School.
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