News: CRJ Board of Trustees
Posted July 01, 2019
Baltimore, Md., July 1, 2019 — Cristo Rey Jesuit High School  (CRJ) is pleased to announce that the CRJ Board of Trustees elected Robert “Bob” Cawley as the new board chair. Cawley, who is president of RCM&D will serve a four-year term effective July 1, 2019. He succeeds Frank Turner, Executive Vice President of Howard Bank, who has served as chair since 2016 and will continue to serve on the board.

Cawley’s service to the school began in 2014, when he first joined the board. He will lead a 32-person philanthropic board committed to raising critical funds to provide education and work opportunities to young people from Baltimore City.

As president of RCM&D, he manages the day-to-day management, leadership, strategy, sales and client services of the firm. Cawley is also the co-founder of GB Charities, a foundation which provides elementary, middle school and upper school scholarships to disadvantaged children to attend parochial schools throughout the greater Baltimore area. He serves on the Board of Catholic Charities of Baltimore, Loyola Blakefield, and Loyola University Maryland.

“Cristo Rey is extremely fortunate to have Bob Cawley as the new chairman of the Board of Trustees,” said Cristo Rey President Dr. Bill Heiser. “He is a well-respected business leader and board member, and his commitment to Jesuit, Catholic education and the Baltimore community is unmatched.”

In reference to his election, Cawley shared: “On CRJ’s website we state boldly and clearly ‘we exist to transform lives.’  I can’t think of a more noble and rewarding charge.  Since the school’s inception in 2007, CRJ’s success has been due to its mission being lived everyday by its outstanding faculty, administration, corporate partners, parents, students, individual benefactors, supporting foundations and trustees. I am excited to be part of a mission lifted by such committed people.”
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