Sister Mary Bernadette McNulty, C.S.J.

Chairperson
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange
Vice President

Sister Mary Bernadette McNulty is a member of the Leadership Team of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, a position she assumed in 2011.  As a member of the Team her responsibilities include financial management, investments, and property management.  She is also a member of the Board of Trustees of Queen of the Valley Medical Center, Napa, Ca, a member of the finance committees of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet – L.A. Province, Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden, and Mercy Sisters, Redlands, CA, and past Treasurer of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious.Sister Mary Bernadette spent nearly twenty years as a teacher and administrator in various schools within California run by the Sisters of St. Joseph.  She is a Board member of the Presentation Learning Center in the Watts area of Los Angeles which provides education services to Spanish-speaking immigrants from Mexico and Central America.  Sister has served as President of the National Association for Treasurers of Religious Institutes.Sister Mary Bernadette holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from St. Joseph College in Orange, a Master of Arts in Administration from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, and pursued graduate studies in finance at California State University, Fullerton and the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.Sr. Mary Bernadette served as Treasurer of PCG’s Board of Directors from 2000-2004.   Her congregation was an investor in the previous Common Goods funds. 

Our NMTC Projects

Community Facilities, Healthcare, NMTC
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Impact Summary

$5 million NMTC allocation funds medical center for low-income Philadelphia seniors.

Participating Lenders:
None
Community Facilities, NMTC
Chicago, Illinois
Impact Summary

$6 million NMTC allocation helps build new small food business incubator in Chicago.

Participating Lenders:
None
Community Facilities, Education, NMTC
Little Rock, Arkansas
Impact Summary

$7 million NMTC allocation helps construct Little Rock charter elementary and middle school for 1,245 students.

Participating Lenders:
None

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