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New Liaison for Secretariat of Mission’s projects

09/02/2016: General House

The Institute’s Secretariat of Mission has brought a new member on board to help coordinate its projects.

Patrizia Coppola joined the Institute on Feb. 1 with the hope of creating a liaison between the different levels engaged in the Secretariat’s projects, especially for the New Models project.

“I am happy to be part of the Champagnat family and also of the Secretariat of Mission,” she said. “I’ve arrived at a moment where there is a lot of work to be done and I’m also willing to learn.”

Her field of expertise is business administration and is specialized in institutional organisational development and results based management.

“Sometimes you need a person from the exterior to bring a new perspective to help people work effectively in achieving results,” Patrizia told the general house press office on Feb. 1.

“I love communicating”, she added. “I hope to be a bridge between different levels of people involved in the project, not at a hierarchical level, but for the different stakeholders.”

Before returning to her native Rome in 2015 after 27 years abroad, Patrizia worked for the Red Cross on the field in Haiti immediately after the earthquake in 2010.

She holds a Master of Law, Economy, and Management as well as a Master of European Legal Studies.

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