Sister Mildred I. Fugazy

Mildred Fugazy
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Sister Mildred I. Fugazy's Biography

Type Of Business:
Catholic ministry
Marketing Area:
Major Product/SVS:
Spiritual services; Education
Reading; Working in educational television
Education Degrees:
Ph.D. in French, Fordham University; Master's Degree in French, Fordham University; Bachelor's Degree in French, College of Mount Saint Vincent; Coursework in Film Studies, The Museum of Modern Art; Coursework in Film, Theater, Speech and Drama, Fordham University
Affiliations Awards:
Tri-State Catholic Committee on Radio and Television; Treasurer, Former President, Catholic Television Network; Association for Educational Communications and Technology; New York State Communication Association; Former Director of Development, Public Relations, Instructional Television, Archdiocese of New York; Former Member, New York State Council on the Arts; Former Member, New York State Regents Advisory Council on Educational Telecommunications; National Association of Educational Broadcasters; National Association of Broadcasters and Allied Communicators; National Catholic Association for Communicators; National Catholic Educational Association; Advisory Board, American-Soviet Economic Television; International Catholic Association for Radio and Television
Place of Birth:
Greenwich Village
Local Library
Number Of Years In Profession:
Number Of Years In Current Position:
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her education and ability to utilize opportunities that come her way.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession because she was influenced by her congregation and Elizabeth Seton, the founder of Sisters of Charity Center.
Extended Bio Profile:
Sister Fugazy is writing a modified biography of her grandfather, Louis Victor Fugazy, who founded Fugazy Travel Bureau in 1870 as a steamship service and private bank.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Education Certifications:
Diploma, Institut Catholique de Paris, France; Diploma, L'Institut de Linguistique et Phonétique Générales et Appliquées, France; Certification in French
Medal of Honor, Ellis Island (1999); John Dubois Medal for Distinguished Public Service, Alumni Association, Mount St. Mary's University, MD (1994); President's Medallion, Unda-USA (1991); Distinguished Alumna Medal, College of Mount Saint Vincent Alumni Association (1989); Religious Communications Award, University of Dayton (1988); Leone de San Marco Award for Communications (1984); Special Media Award, AMITA (1981); Woman of the Year Award, Women's Institute of Yonkers, NY (1981); Leadership Award for Educational Television, Columbus Citizens Foundation (1981); Woman of the Year Award, Ladies' Auxiliary, Pelham Civics Association (1981); Faith & Freedom Award, Religious Heritage of America Foundation (1975)
Where Will You Be In 5 Years:
In five years, Sister Fugazy plans to continue volunteering.
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