MARY JO MARTIN, RSHM
LONDON - ENGLAND

Sister Mary Jo is a Religious of the Sacred Heart if Mary. She is the Co-ordinator of the Global Network Committee, appointed by The General Council in 2015. Mary Jo works with the Co-ordinating Committee to ensure that the aims and objectives of the Global Network are expressed clearly and that the Committee serves the network in developing our collaboration as educators within our RSHM identity.

Mary Jo has been a teacher, an administrator in Dioceses and the Chief Inspector for the Diocese of Westminster in London. She is Scottish and lives in London.
Contact: mjmartin@rshmlondon.org

JACQUELINE L. LANDRY
LOS ANGELES, CA - EUA

Currently serves as the Head of School of Marymount High School in Los Angeles, California. Prior to assuming her responsibilities in July of 2009, Jacqueline spent 25 years in higher education at Georgetown, the University of Minnesota, and Harvard. At Harvard, she served as Catholic Chaplain for 11 years and was President of the United Ministry, Harvard's consortium of 22 Chaplains from the world's religious traditions. She received her Masters of Divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. She received her BA from Easter Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia and was named a Merrill Fellow at Harvard Divinity School. She is from Princeton, NJ.
Her passion remains empowering young women to realize their potential and advocating for global issues of peace and justice.
Contact: jlandry@mhs-la.org
JACQUELINE L. LANDRY

MARGARIDA MARRUCHO MOTO AMADOR
Lisboa - Portugal

Member of the International Committee. Margarida is pedagogical diretor of the Sacred Heart of Mary School of Lisbon where she herself was a student. Margarida graduated in Communication Design from Belas Artes college of Lisbon and also teaches Art. Margarida has been head at the school since 1991.
Contact: margarida.marrucho@cscm-lx.pt

FERNANDO FRANÇA MONTEIRO DE BARROS
Belo Horizonte - Brazil

Member of the International Committee. Director of Sacred Heart of Mary School (Colégio Sagrado Coração de Maria) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Graduated in Business Administration, by the Centro Universitário Newton Paiva, Master in Media and Knowledge by Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina and a graduate degree in Educational Management. Was manager of Institutions of Higher Education and Basic Education. He is a professional who is passionate about education. His goal is to contribute to the transformation of people through educational projects that aim for the integral development of the human being.
Contact: diretoria@redesagradobh.com.br
FERNANDO FRANÇA MONTEIRO DE BARROS

SARAH GALLAGHER
Rome - Italy

Ms. Sarah Gallagher, BA (Hons) HDipEd, MA (Hons) (University College Galway, Ireland) is Headmistress of Marymount International School Rome since August 2016 and and had previously been Headmistress of Marymount International School London from August 2010 -16.

Ms. Gallagher received her Bachelor's Degree, a Higher Diploma in Education and a Master's Degree in Ancient Classics at the National University of Ireland, Galway and pursued doctoral studies in the United States. An experienced administrator, Ms. Gallagher is also a teacher of Latin, Greek, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History. She has taught in schools in London and in Rome and in higher education in the United States
Contact: sgallagher@marymountrome.com

Martha Tajonar
CUERNAVACA - MEXICO

Martha Tajonar is a graduate student of Marymount Cuernavaca. She has been working for Marymount since 2002 and took over full responsibility for the school in 2015. Since then, she serves as Head of the School for the two Marymount Campuses, K to 12 grades. She has a Bachelor´s Degree in Pedagogy by Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City and has a Master’s Degree in Education. She taught at Univerisidad Panamericana for several years and worked for ten years in communications and media companies.

Her vocation is to serve students, families and teachers through education for the constant human development based on the Catholic values.
Contact: direccion@marymount.edu.mx
Martha Tajonar