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Mr. William Przylucki and Ms. Karen Gregory appointed to the Board of Catholic Charities Community Maternity Services



Mr. William Przylucki and Ms. Karen Gregory have been appointed to the Board of Community Maternity Services, an agency of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany.

Mr. Przylucki has served for over thirty-six years in various roles in different human services organizations, including for New York State, and spent 23 years working for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany. His professional experience includes working in government and helping to shape public policy as it affects child welfare. He is a resident of Albany and serves on the board at St. Anne’s Institute, the Maternity and Early Childhood Foundation, and the Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region.

Ms. Gregory has a strong history of working with community organizations including the New York State Troopers and the Columbia-Greene Domestic Violence program. She has demonstrated her commitment to helping vulnerable women and children through her volunteer and professional work. Currently employed by the Target Corporation as a District Support Leader, Ms. Gregory organized donations of baby items for Community Maternity Services. She resides in Hudson, NY.

Catholic Charities is the human service and social justice arm of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. Catholic Charities, a system of 12 multipurpose agencies throughout the 14 counties comprising the Albany Diocese, provides a range of services annually to nearly 80,000 individuals.

For more information, see http://www.ccrcda.org.

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