ECF Board Elects Prudence S. Crozier as New Member
The Episcopal Church Foundation’s (ECF) board of directors unanimously voted to elect Prudence S. Crozier, Wellesley, MA as a new member.
“We are pleased Prudence is joining the ECF Board,” remarked Sally A. Skardon, ECF Chairperson. “She brings a wealth of philanthropic and professional experience. Prudence has a deep commitment to the Episcopal Church, and her wisdom and guidance will help us advance ECF’s mission of addressing the changing needs of the Church by helping congregations develop their leadership and financial resources.”
Mrs. Crozier is a member of St. Paul’s Church in Nantucket and has served on the Investment Committee for Trinity Church, Boston, as well as several diocesan committees for the Diocese of Massachusetts. In addition, Mrs. Crozier has served in various leadership positions for Wellesley College, Boston Public Library Foundation, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvard School of Public Health, and more. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University, an M.A. in Economics from Yale University, and a B.A. in Economics from Wellesley College. Mrs. Crozier is married to William M. Crozier, Jr. and has three children and seven grandchildren.
“I am looking forward to rolling up my sleeves and collaborating with ECF staff and board,” said Mrs. Crozier. “I am so excited to let people know about the wonderful work ECF doing in terms of supporting lay and clergy leaders at the parish level, and helping parishes develop and manage their finances.”
“Clearly we welcome Prudence’s energy, experience, and insights,” noted Donald V. Romanik, ECF President. “We know she will be a great asset to ECF and are looking forward to her participation in our upcoming board meeting.”
ECF’s board of directors will next meet in New York November 1-3, 2012.