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The Mission Advancement Staff

Paul Hosch

PHoschMr. Hosch’s passion, behind spending time with his friends and family, is working at Verbum Dei Jesuit High School. As the Senior Vice President of Mission Advancement, Mr. Hosch, along with the Mission Advancement Team, is tasked to raise a little over $2.9 million annually. The Team does this through individual, foundation, and corporate giving. In addition to his fundraising duties, he also participates in many other departments and committees which include the Finance Committee, the Marketing Committee, as well as serving as a co-moderator for the Black Student Union.

Mr. Hosch is active in the community volunteering his time and resources at The University of Southern California’s Civic Engagement Board of Directors. Also, he currently serves as the Chairman of Board at Santa Monica College Foundation. Mr. Hosch has several recent graduates he actively mentors—a responsibility he takes very seriously. He also served for three years on Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s African American Heritage Committee at City Hall. In addition, Mr. Hosch teaches resume and interview preparation workshops in the community and at Glendale Community College, as he has been a career coach for almost 10 years.

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Stephanie Andrade

Steph photoStephanie has been at Verbum Dei Jesuit High School since the transition from a Divine Word Missionaries school to a Jesuit Sponsored College Preparatory School and was instrumental in the implementation of the Mission Advancement Office and Corporate Work Study Program in 2001. “I have been able to experience first-hand all the wonderful opportunities Verbum Dei Jesuit has offered this community as well as the extreme generosity of our benefactors, I enjoy my job and am truly passionate of the Verbum Dei Jesuit mission.”

In addition to serving Verbum Dei Jesuit High School for the more than 20 years, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering at her daughter’s school and parish.

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