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NEWS
Posted October 12, 2018
News Release
Contact:
Bill Heiser, President
Phone: 410-727-3255
Email: bheiser@cristoreybalt.org
For Immediate Release

BALTIMORE, MD, October 12, 2018 – Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (CRJ) a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory school empowering students in Baltimore City to succeed in college, work and life, yesterday announced the appointment of Charlie Maskell to its Board of Trustees for the 2018-19 school year.

“Charlie's breadth of experience and expertise in business as well as his leadership in the community and commitment to education will be invaluable in his service to Cristo Rey Jesuit High School. We are excited to have him join our Board of Trustees” said school president, Bill Heiser.

Maskell is the founder of Chesapeake Corporate Advisors, an investment bank and corporate advisory firm. He previously worked as Managing Director of Consulting Services for McGladrey and as Partner for C.W. Amos & Company, the predecessors to RSM. Maskell’s involvement in the community includes his service on the board of Mercy Health Services and participation in the Sellinger School Board of Sponsors at Loyola University Maryland. He formerly served as a trustee for Calvert Hall College High School, the B&O Museum, GB Charities, Associated Builders & Contractors of Central Maryland, and Aids Interfaith Residential Services. Maskell holds a B.A. in Accounting from Loyola University Maryland and a Certificate in Business Strategy from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He resides in Annapolis with his wife and three sons.

Maskell is the most recent addition to an active, 32-member Board that works in support of the school’s mission to empower students from underserved Baltimore City families through rigorous education and corporate work experience.

About Cristo Rey Jesuit High School: Founded in Baltimore in 2007, CRJ is a private, Catholic, co-educational high school empowering students to succeed in college, work, and life. The school partners with students from low-income families of racial, religious, and ethnic diversity in Baltimore City to provide a rigorous education and corporate work experience. Through CRJ’s hallmark Corporate Internship Program, students earn a portion of their tuition and, moreover, access the social capital and work experience they will need to succeed in the twenty-first century job market. To date, 100% of CRJ graduates have been accepted to college. For more information about Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, call Bill Heiser, president, at 410-727-3255 ext. 1001 or visit www.cristoreybalt.org.
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Phone: 410.727.3255
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