Mary Beth Sasso, Executive Director
Mary Beth Sasso joined Episcopal Charities in June 2007 in the role of Executive Director. She received her Master of Arts degree from The University of Michigan and worked in Strategic Management Consulting in a variety of Marketing and Business Development roles prior to transitioning into Not-For-Profit management.
Henry E. Enright, Director of Development
A seasoned professional, Henry has helped advance the causes of public broadcasting, maritime and overseas ministries, higher education, and help for homeless families. He has also consulted on a volunteer basis with organizations serving the developmentally disabled and victims of domestic abuse. Henry holds a BA in Psychology and MA in Counselor Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Meredith Kadet, Director of Programs
Meredith is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary, where she received a Master of Divinity degree. Prior to seminary, Meredith served in a variety of fundraising and development roles in the international humanitarian relief sector. She is an active member of Saint Michael’s Church on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Meredith received her BA in Philosophy from Bard College.
Venetia Hulse, Mountbatten Intern
Venetia Hulse joined the team in March 2013 from the UK via the Mountbatten Internship Program. Venetia is a recent graduate from the University of Nottingham with a BA in French and Spanish. She has spent the last two years working in Media, first at a TV Consultancy and most recently as a Broadcast Analysis Executive at ITV.
Rachel Quednau, Episcopal Service Corps Intern
A Minneapolis native, Rachel Quednau completed her BA in Religion with minors in Economics and German from Whitman College in the spring of 2013. She joins Episcopal Charities through the national Episcopal Service Corps program and has worked for both government and non-profit organizations in the past.