Sister Patty Johnson Named Director of CSSJ Federation

The CSSJ Federation Leadership Council announces that on June 1, Sister Patricia (Patty) Johnson CSJ will begin transitioning into the role of CSSJ Federation executive director.

Sister Patricia is a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Louis Province. She holds an M.B.A. from the University of Missouri and an M.S.W from St. Louis University. Her most recent position has been as Med-QUEST Division Assistant Administrator for the statewide $1.4 billion annual Medicaid and public health insurance programs for the State of Hawaii. She also served in other administrative positions in social service agencies in Hawaii.

Sister Patricia identifies herself as a “mission-driven professional with 18 years of experience as a senior or executive manager; a flexible and creative planner who develops outcomes-based plans that build in accountability; an active problem solver who is willing to make hard decisions; a skill-based trainer and job coach; and an effective facilitator who assists groups with diverse goals come to consensus in order to focus on specific projects and timelines.”

The Federation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph is a dynamic union of all the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the United States who claim a common origin in the foundation at LePuy, France in 1650. This includes over 7,000 members of twenty-three Congregations throughout the United States.

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