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CRS has just announced in release today that, chief operating officer, Sean Callahan will become the next president & CEO. He will assume his role on the 1st of January 2017. In an article with Catholic News Service, Callahan describes his 28-year journey to a new promotion.

Callahan said mission, not climbing the corporate ladder, is what has motivated him in his almost three decades at CRS, the U.S. bishops' overseas relief and development agency based in Baltimore. In his new leadership position, he said he wants to inspire and motivate staff and CRS partners around the world to be united in humanitarian efforts, incorporating different elements of the Catholic Church to help humanity.

Read the full article at Catholic News Service.

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As social media coordinator for Catholic Relief Services, Anna works with the the digital and social media team to promote content on CRS' social media channels. She works to provide engaging content and strategy to promote CRS’ work in the United States through programs like CRS Rice Bowl, Ethical Trade Trade and Helping Hands. Her work includes...More