Sr. Jeanne Marie Hatch, SHCJ
Vice President for Mission and Ministry
Sister Jeanne Marie Hatch came to Rosemont in 2004 after ten years as Vocation Director for the Society of the Holy Child Jesus and thirty-seven years in Holy Child Schools. After teaching for ten years, she administered schools in Philadelphia, PA, Washington, DC, Pasadena, CA and Old Westbury, NY from 1967 until 1995. Sister Jeanne has a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education from Villanova University, a Master's degree in Theology/Religious Studies from La Salle University and a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministry/Spirituality from Neumann College.
Director of Campus Ministry
Verzosa comes to Rosemont after serving as a Campus Minister and Resident Chaplain
at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY. While at Le Moyne, he developed retreats, directed the
RCIA program, and led faith formation ministry trips. Prior to his time in
Syracuse, Jay spent a year with the Franciscan Volunteer Ministry; as part of
the community at Saint Francis Inn in the Kensington neighborhood of
Philadelphia, he worked with individuals and families struggling with poverty,
homelessness, and addiction. Jay graduated
from Boston College as a double-major in English and Philosophy. He also holds a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from the Boston College Lynch School of Education, and a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministry from the Boston College School of Theology
Coordinator of the Cornelian Service Corps
Meaghan Daly enters her second year as the Coordinator of the Cornelian Service Corps in Campus Ministry. Before coming to Rosemont, Meaghan worked in teaching and private tutoring. While in college, Meaghan served as a student leader on several service trips to the Gulf Coast and as a student coordinator for the weekly service program. Meaghan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Latin from St. Joseph's University.