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Mercy Leaders on MESA Board 

August 05, 2020
By Deb Daley

Four members of the current 17-member Mercy Education System of the Americas (MESA) Board have affiliations with Mercy High School.  MESA is the organization that supports and challenges the educational ministries of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. MESA governs, stewards, and provides oversight and assistance to the local boards of Mercy educational ministries in support of their students, parents, and educators.
      
Currently serving on the Board are David Levy, professor and MBA Program Director, Bellevue University, Omaha, Neb., and former Mercy High School Board member; Carolyn Jaworski ’64, alumna and retired principal; Christine Basque Malloy ‘87, Freelance Facilitator & Conflict Specialist and a former member of the Alumnae Council; and Carrie Potter ’95, alumna and President & Owner of The Carrie Potter Group, LLC, Houston, Texas. 

David was appointed to the MESA Board when it first began in July 2018. His wife, Mary Franco Levy ’70, attended Mercy. David has been a long-time supporter of Mercy and served on the school’s board for seven years. He is starting the second year of his second three-year term on the MESA Board.  

Carolyn served as principal of Mercy for 25 years. She is now in her third year on the MESA Board and has served on numerous Mercy educational committees including as president of the Mercy Secondary Education Association and chairperson of the Board for the Network for Mercy Education.

Christine joined the MESA Board on July 1, 2020, and will serve a three-year term. The alumna was a member Mercy’s Alumnae Council for six years, serving as president during her tenure, and worked in Creighton University’s Campus Ministry prior to her current position.   

Carrie recently served as Master of Ceremonies at Mercy’s FIESTA 2020 and is a long-time supporter. She is an award-wining executive who provides business consulting and financial planning to professional athletes and small businesses. 

We are so proud of these members of the Mercy community who are serving on the MESA Board.