Title: Administrative Assistant, Moderator of the Curia/Vicar General
Company: The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse
Location: La Crosse, WI
La Crosse, WI, December, 4, 2014, Therese A. Boisvert, Administrative Assistant, Moderator of the Curia/Vicar General for The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse, has been recognized by Elite American Public Servants for dedication, achievements and leadership in religious services.
In a role that allows her to support the mission of the religious organization to draw people closer to Christ and to one another in Christ with religious support and education, she is in charge of fulfilling and moderating daily communication tasks for the Vicar General and Bishop, and assisting the Vicar of Clergy and priests in managing immigration issues. With a strong background in education and computer science, Ms. Boisevert directs two libraries in the church. The award-winning professional plans to establish a third library at the church, as well as a system for uniformity between each facility.
A wealth of experience in research and analysis has allowed Ms. Boisvert to achieve career success. Prior to her position with the Diocese of La Crosse, Ms. Boisvert worked at Gundersen Lutheran and conducted alcohol and drug screening analyses. She also maintained workers’ compensation status reports, scheduled appointments, entered data into the medical software system, and worked closely with companies throughout the U.S. with regards to physicals.
Over the course of a flourishing career, Ms. Boisvert has built an ever-expansive and versatile skill set. Among her many accomplishments, which include her being named the Professional Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women, she pinpoints her starting her position with the Diocese of La Crosse and being able to utilize all of her skills as being the most momentous. Ms. Boisvert maintains affiliations with the National Association of Professional Women, Stanford Who’s Who, and Presidential Who’s Who.
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