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Kevin Flattery named Director of Institutional Advancement at St. Joseph’s Academy

Responsible for design and implementation of all school fund raising and community relations efforts.

St. Joseph’s Academy, a Catholic, young women’s college-prep school has announced that Kevin Flattery has joined the staff as Director of Institutional Advancement.  Flattery will serve as a member of the senior management team, and is responsible for the design and implementation of all aspects of the school’s fund raising and community relations efforts.   

For more than ten years, Flattery worked as the Director of Institutional Advancement at St. Teresa’s Academy in Kansas City, MO.  St. Teresa’s is the sister school of St. Joseph’s Academy (SJA) and is among the educational institutions that were founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. 

About his new post at SJA, Flattery said, “I am pleased to have the opportunity once again to serve the Sisters of St. Joseph, and to be a part of their extraordinary commitment to providing the highest quality education to young women.”

SJA President, Anita Reznicek said, “Kevin’s many years of experience working with the Sisters, and his expertise in raising funds in a Catholic educational setting, make him uniquely qualified to lead the  fundraising efforts  needed to fulfill our  school’s mission. The board of directors and I are delighted to have Kevin on the leadership team.”

Most recently, Flattery worked for five years at the University of Kansas Hospital where he served as the Director of Development for Cardiovascular Services.  He brings more than thirty years of nonprofit administration, marketing and fund development experience to the St. Joseph’s Academy staff. 

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