Board

New Structure of Limited Jurisdiction

Taking a step forward! Gross Catholic has always relied on the expertise and guidance of our board. Transitioning from an advisory board to a one of limited jurisdiction increases the responsibility of the group, but also strengthens the collaboration between Gross Catholic and our stakeholders. Those structures will give the board more fiduciary responsibility and greater authority to provide guidance to school leadership. Within this re-organization, we are working to establish a strong subcommittee structure that will only benefit our school as we move forward.  The group is eager and ready to help grow Gross Catholic in new ways.

Limited Jurisdiction Defined

The Diocese of Grand Rapids has a good definition. The Diocese states that a board with limited jurisdiction, also called a policy-making board, is a body that participates in the policy-making process by formulating, adapting, and enacting policy. The board has been delegated final authority to enact policy regarding certain areas of institutional operation, although its jurisdiction is
limited to those areas of operation that have been delegated to it by the constitution and/or bylaws, and approved by the delegating church authority, which in our case, would be the Archbishop of Omaha.

Tim Meyers Board President

Tim Meyers

1990
Dr. Tom Curry

Dr. Thomas Curry

Terri Campbell board member

Terri Campbell

Stephen Driscoll

Stephen Driscoll

2010
Robb Huck board member

Robb Huck

1988
Paulette Neuhalfen

Paulette Neuhalfen

Lisa Bowen board member

Lisa Bowen

1990
Kevin McCoy board member

Kevin McCoy

1983
Judy Sauley board member

Judy Sauley

1980
Jane Carnazzo, MD board member

Jane Carnazzo, MD

1978
Chris Reed member

Chris Reed

1986
Antonio Espejo member

Antonio Espejo

1989
Christina Legner

Christina Legner

Brother Jesse O'Neill

Brother Jesse O'Neill

Heath Paulsen

Heath Paulsen