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Eugene R. McCormick has been selected as the new president and CEO of The Cabrini Mission Foundation (CMF).

McCormick has been actively involved with the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus for the past 18 years, most recently serving as vice chair of finance of the Cabrini Mission Foundation and as chairman of the Board of Cabrini High School in New Orleans.

Dan Rubino, chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Cabrini Mission Foundation also announced the appointment of Nicholas J. Vendikos as vice president of development. Vendikos has 12 years of fund raising experience including the United States Merchant Marine Academy Alumni Foundation, Xaverian High School, St. John’s University, and LaSalle Academy in New York City.

Vendikos is a native of Brooklyn and resides there with his wife Ismini and their seven year-old twins Kathy and Nicky.

“We are very pleased that Gene and Nick have joined the Foundation management team. We are fortunate to have their experience, knowledge and enthusiasm to carry forward the programs of the foundation in support of the Missionary Sisters,” Rubino said.

Cabrini Mission Foundation exists to respond to society’s needs by supporting programs and institutions of healing, teaching, and caring sponsored by the Stella Maris Province of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (MSC), the international religious order founded by St. Frances Xavier Cabrini in 1880.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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