ANNUAL REPORTING TUTORIAL
October 21, 2020
6:30 p.m. CDT/7:30 p.m. EDT
"It is not only what we do, but also what we do not do, for which we are accountable"
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Annual Reporting Tutorial with Q&A
This webinar offers a guided tour to completing your annual report online, with an opportunity for you to ask questions.
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Marty Cormack has been involved with the Society of St Vincent de Paul for 10 years in the Church of the Resurrection Conference in Rochester, Minnesota. He was the founding conference president, was the founding district council president for the Rochester District, was the spiritual advisor for his conference and now serves on the National Formation Committee and Task Force for Leadership.
Marty was born and raised in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois, one of 8 siblings. He has a bachelor of arts degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from St Mary’s University in Winona, Minnesota. Marty is a retired IT professional having worked as a data center manager for IBM and as the Director of Technology for the Rochester Catholic Schools. Marty is also a Cojourner (lay associate) with the Rochester Franciscan Sisters. Marty has been married to his wife Ginni for 38 years and has one surviving son and one grandson. Marty spends his free time riding his bicycles and playing ice hockey.
While we are not charging for this event due to the pandemic, we hope you'll be able to contribute to your local Council or Conference, also please consider donating to the National Council Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarships that enable individuals to attend future Midyear and National Meetings.
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