Catholic schools associate superintendent receives national education award

By Catholic Review Staff
Dr. Camille Brown, associate superintendent for School Leadership and Community Schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Department of Catholic Schools, received the 2013 O’Neil D’Amour award April 3 at the National Catholic Educational Association convention in Houston. 
Brown was recognized for her contributions to school board development over the past 23 years, according to information from the archdiocese. She initiated the “School Board Leadership” Webinar series “Coffee with Camille” chat and the “Did you Know?” series. 
She wrote “A Recipe for Change,” a book which provided guidance on Catholic schools governance, according to information from the archdiocese.  
The award, named for Monsignor O’Neil Charles D’Amour, honors his memory and recognizes an individual’s “outstanding contribution of statewide, regional, national or international significance in establishing and supporting collaborative leadership through boards of Catholic education,” according to information from the NCEA. The award was first bestowed in 1977 and is presented annually at the convention by the NCEA Department of Boards and Councils. 
April 27, 2013 CatholicReview.org

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