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Former Executive Director, Sr. Mary Anne Owens & Joe Brogdon, CFO/COO outside the newly installed building sign.
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Updated 6 Apr, 2015

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    Very relaxed initial interview with director of HR. The HR director is a very respectable and approachable woman who asks easy and fair questions. She is 100% the type to know if you're full of crap or not, so I wouldn't bother trying to BS her. The interview was around 15 minutes but went very fast because she was just a pleasure.

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Headquarters Alexandria, VA
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Non-Profit
Revenue $1 to $5 million (CAD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Does this group help people in need? Is the Pope Catholic? Catholic Charities USA, one the nation's largest not-for-profit groups, is a network of some 175 Catholic charity agencies nationwide that work to end poverty, support families, and strengthen communities. It helps more than 7 million people each year by providing disaster assistance, emergency financial aid, food services, health clinics, housing services, and mental health counseling. Catholic Charities spends about 90% of its income on program costs; most of its funding (60%) comes from the US government... More

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