Catholic Charities announced Paul Mulligan as the new CEO of Catholic Charities Community Service AZ, succeeding Bob Brown, who is retiring.

Brown has been instrumental in growing the organization despite the severe recession a few years ago. With Brown’s leadership and expertise the organization has thrived.

Mulligan is scheduled to begin leading the organization on Sept. 22. He brings a wealth of experience and passion for helping those in need. Most recently he served as CEO of Catholic Education Arizona, which he helped grow to a $17.5 million dollar organization. In his new role, Mulligan will report to Catholic Charities Board of Directors and will be responsible for the organization’s management, fundraising, programs, and infrastructure.

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