Susan George

Executive Director at Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Susan George

Susan George

Executive Director at Inner-City Scholarship Fund

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Ms. George served for the last 10 years as executive director of the archdiocese’s Inner-City Scholarship Fund, which provides tuition assistance to low-income students attending inner-city Catholic schools in the archdiocese.

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Archdiocese of New York
Inner-City Scholarship Fund

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President & Managing Partner Technology at Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe

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Partner at Bryan Cave LLP

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Superintendent of Schools at Archdiocese of New York

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Director of Investment Management at Archdiocese of New York

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Former Senior Director, Development & Major Gifts at Inner-City Scholarship Fund

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Development Officer at Inner-City Scholarship Fund

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Cardinal at Roman Catholic Church

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Auxiliary Bishop at Archdiocese of New York

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Co-Founder at KLH Capital

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Former Director, President & Secretary at Hertog Foundation, Inc.

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Susan George
Executive Director at Inner-City Scholarship Fund
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Executive Director, Office of Catholic Education Advancement
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Executive Director
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Even in the best of circumstances, growing up can present real challenges. For inner-city school children these challenges are multiplied many times over and are often overwhelming. Inner-City Scholarship Fund (ICSF) helps remove the fundamental challenge of getting a good education in a safe, secure environment in New York City. Nearly 70% of the students enrolled in the 93 designated elementary and secondary inner-city schools in Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island come from homes living at or below the federal poverty line - the average scholarship recipient's family income is approximately $24,000 per year. Over 50% of ICSF students come from single-parent households. Despite these impediments, our Catholic schools – in partnership with our donors – enable our students and their families to overcome enormous odds and break the cycle of poverty through education.

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Member, Board of Directors
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The Invest in Education Foundation is an independent, non-profit education policy think tank conducting research and hosting policy events examining education issues relating to educational opportunity in the New York State educational system. The Invest in Education Foundation’s policy research address issues relating to the shortage of seats in quality high-performing schools, the Catholic school closure crisis, the tuition crisis in Jewish day schools, and the hidden costs imposed on state and local districts from tens of thousands of students leaving private schools, among others.

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