Meghan Lister Callen

Meghan Lister Callen has been named president of Lansdale Catholic High School by Archbishop Nelson Pérez, according to a June 1 announcement from the archdiocesan Office for Catholic Education (OCE). The appointment becomes effective July 1.

Callen, a 1996 alumna of Lansdale Catholic, assumes the role of school president after nearly six years as the school’s Director of Enrollment Management.

The announcement described her as having a “strong commitment to advancing the mission of Catholic Education with proven results throughout her career.”

Callen has more than two decades of service in administrative roles supporting Catholic Education at Archbishop Ryan and Pope John Paul II High Schools as well as Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS).

She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism with a Minor in History as well as a Master of Professional Studies in the Psychology of Leadership from Penn State University and a certification in the Fundamentals of Fundraising from Villanova University/AFP Greater Philadelphia Chapter.