LANSING, MI (WILX) -- Lansing Catholic High School has a new president.
Bishop Earl Boyea of the Diocese of Lansing has named Joseph Corace of Bloomfield Hills, MI as the new President of Lansing Catholic High School, effective May 20, 2019.
Corace has experience in marketing and management, strategic planning and fundraising, the Lansing Diocese said in a news release.
Since 2009, he has served as the Executive VP of Marketing, Development, and Innovation at Farrow in Windsor, Ontario. In addition, Corace was the Principal of Midwest Management Partners in Birmingham, Michigan. Before that, Corace was the Chief Operating Officer at Cornerstone Schools Association in Detroit, Michigan.
Corace released a statement after being named the school's new president:
“I’m honored to be chosen to serve as Lansing Catholic High School’s next President and look forward to upholding the many great traditions and guiding principles of the School. My wife Judy and I are strong advocates of Catholic education and believe wholeheartedly in its future impact on young men and women. I look forward to working with the entire Lansing Catholic Community to strategically move the School into the future."
Tom Maloney, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Lansing, stated “Joe is a proven, successful leader with a real passion for Catholic education. He brings a wealth of experience, deep faith and a commitment to excellence to his new role. I am excited to welcome Joe and his wife, Judy, to our Lansing Catholic High School Community.”
Corace currently resides in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan with his wife Judy who is the Director of PreSchool at Holy Name Catholic School in the Archdiocese of Detroit.
His first day at Lansing Catholic High School will be May 20.
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