Caroline A. Dunleavy was recently hired as the Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society’s first-ever Executive Director. Her two-year appointment was funded by a generous grant from the Arcadia Foundation.
Caroline has been a long-time volunteer with ERHS, most recently serving as Co-Chair of the Development Committee. She is a seasoned nonprofit and church professional who began her career in the reinsurance industry. Caroline came to ERHS from Episcopal Community Services in Philadelphia, where she held positions of progressively greater responsibility throughout her 14-year tenure. She has also served as a Music Minister in the United Church of Christ for many years.
Caroline holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and German from Muhlenberg College, a Master of Arts in Government from Lehigh University, and a Master of Arts in Religion (MAR) from United Lutheran Seminary (formerly The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia). She is a member of Salem United Church of Christ in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, where she participates in Salem’s Social Action Network and the New Spirituality Book Club. She also serves on the Budget and Finance Committee of the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference.
Caroline is the proud parent of a young adult son, Aidan, who is a student at Bucks County Community College. Caroline and Aidan reside in Chalfont, Pennsylvania.
Caroline can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.