The National Council of the United States Society of St. Vincent de Paul is excited to welcome the new Program Manager, Poverty Programs, Rebecca Kazdoy.
Rebecca will be working collaboratively with local staff, Vincentian volunteers, leaders, and leadership of other national Catholic organizations to to enhance and expand the Society’s Systemic Change programming.
Rebecca grew up in Southern California and Northwest Indiana. She attended the Valparaiso University where she graduated with a degree in Social Work and minors in Leadership in Service and Psychology. She earned her Masters of Social Work focusing on community, social, and economic development from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis.
Rebecca has a variety of experience in education, nonprofits, and program management. She served two years as an AmeriCorps member in different U.S. cities in education mentoring.
When asked what she is looking forward to in her new role at the National Council, Rebecca said, “I have always been passionate about meeting people where they are at and building from there.”
Rebecca currently lives in St. Louis with her partner, and their cat, Dennis.
If you would like to contact Rebecca, she can be reached at (314) 576-3993 ext. 217 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.