Published July 3, 2012
I recently interviewed the leader of Catholic Relief Services, the international development arm of the Catholic Church in the United States.
Carolyn Woo, a native of Hong Kong, took over the position early in 2012. She’s the first woman to lead the Baltimore-based agency. She was the dean of the Mendoza Business College, at the University of Notre Dame, from 1997-2011.
In the first clip, she talks about what spurred her to apply for the position at CRS.
Here she talks about a program CRS runs in Haiti that encourages entrepreneurship and helps rebuild neighborhoods.
You can see her complete interview in the July 5 edition of The Georgia Bulletin.