Sister Mary Scullion, RSM, president and executive director of Project HOME, will give two presentations at Cabrini University on Oct. 24, the first at 3:15 pm in the Grace Hall Atrium and the second at 7 pm in the Mansion Foyer.
For nearly four decades, Scullion has dedicated herself to serving and advocating for people experiencing homelessness and mental illness. She is the co-founder of Women of Hope and of Project HOME, and her efforts have resulted in the right of homeless persons to vote, as well as a landmark federal court decision that affects the fair housing rights of persons with disabilities.
Scullion is currently an Executive in Residence at Cabrini University. Hosted each semester by Cabrini’s Nerney Leadership Institute, the residencies bring renowned leaders to campus to discuss how leadership style is impacted by a commitment to service.
The talks are free and open to the public. For more information, visit Cabrini University’s website.
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