Our Board of Directors
As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, our Board of Directors includes 17 individuals with extensive experience in advocacy, fundraising, finance, communications, and international development. The board oversees Jesuit Refugee Service/USA’s work and helps to ensure we make progress in service of our mission to accompany, serve, and advocate for the rights of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons around the world.
David McNulty (Chair of the Board)
Mr. McNulty is the Chair of the Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Board and is currently the Assistant to the Provincial for Advancement in the Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus.
Margaret Green Rauenhorst (Vice Chair of the Board)
Ms. Green-Rauenhorst is the Vice Chair of the Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Board of Directors and has more than 20 years of experience working to improve the protection and human rights of conflict-affected people around the world.
Mr. Burke is the Founder and Managing Partner of Trinity Capital and under his leadership the firm has completed more than $20 billion in mergers and acquisitions, financial restructurings, and financing transactions since its inception in 2000.
Mrs. Cashin has long experience as a writer, editor, development officer, policy analyst, and administrator for nonprofit organizations based in both the United States and Africa.
Austin Fragomen Jr.
Mr. Fragomen Jr. is the Chairman of the Executive Committee for Fragomen Worldwide and has served as staff counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee on immigration, citizenship, and international law.
Ms. Gordon is the Founder and CEO of Madonna Mission, a not-for-profit organization that provides educational support programs for refugees in the Chicago area.
Fr. Bob Hussey S.J.
Fr. Hussey S.J., began his term as Provincial Superior of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus on July 31, 2014.
Jean Louis Peta Ikambana
Mr. Peta Ikambana is Director of the American Friends Service Committee-DC Peace and Economic Justice Program, he also runs the D.C. Human Rights Learning Program.
Fr. Timothy Kesicki S.J.
Fr. Kesicki S.J. is the President of the Jesuit Conference. He was appointed by Father General Adolfo Nicolás, S.J. and assumed his role on July 31, 2014.
Mr. Loughlin is a Managing Director with Promontory Financial Group LLC, a leading strategy, risk management, and regulatory compliance consulting firm focusing primarily on the financial services industry.
Ms. Martin is the Donald G. Herzberg Professor Emerita of International Migration and the Founder of the Institute for the Study of International Migration in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
Mr. Mueller a Medical Director of Palliative Medicine at Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital in Santa Rosa, California.
Robert H. Niehaus
Mr. Niehaus is the Chairman and Founder of GCP Capital Partners LLC, an independent private equity investment firm founded in 2009, which currently manages several private successor firms to Greenhill Capital Partners LLC.
Maurice Timothy Reidy
Mr. Reidy is an Executive Editor of America: The National Catholic Review. He serves on the editorial board at America, overseeing digital production, and works as the news editor of the weekly radio show “America This Week” on The Catholic Channel on SiriusXM.
Ms. Robinson is the Chief Executive Officer of the Women’s Heart Alliance (WHA), where she oversees all aspects of the initiative, including the education/awareness campaign, advocacy and fundraising efforts, operations, program implementation, and strategic alliances.
Mr. Serazin is the President of the Templeton World Charity Foundation and holds the responsible of the foundation’s philanthropic activities, as well as effective stewardship of its financial resources.
Ms. Thomas serves as the Senior Vice President of Business Development for Brookfield Global Relocation Services, where she is responsible for leading the development, management, and execution of the company’s business development strategy across the Americas.