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Take A Leap Of Faith With Career & Technical Education

Ep.03 // Sister Rosemary Herron and Catherine Glatts of Mercy Career & Technical High School

President & Vice President of Philadelphia-area High School

How do you prepare a generation for the unexpected? Explore that concept as I interview Sister Rosemary Herron and Catherine Glatts, of Mercy Career & Technical High School.

Learn how these two women arrived at this school and what drives their entrepreneurial spirit. Hear Catherine share about her past experience in various engineering departments at companies like Lockheed Martin and GE and where Sister Rosemary got the inspiration to become one of the Sisters of Mercy.

Throughout their careers at Mercy, both Sister Rosemary and Catherine have been challenged by providing a safe space for their students. They have supported introducing the design thinking methodology into their curriculum as well as supplying their students with state of the art technology to enhance learning.

Sister Rosemary and Catherine have dedicated their lives to being of service to make sure that the next generation of Philadelphia’s workforce are respectful and talented. They are considerate, purpose-driven women, who are committed to giving of themselves so that others can become who they were MADE To Be.

Learn more about Mercy CTE at mercycte.org

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What Is MADE To Be?

MADE To Be is an exploration into the surprising professional paths of extraordinary women in business achieving their goals, making a difference, and enjoying the climb even when things get tough.

Join Kristen Berman, co-founder and CEO of Philly Made Creative, as she facilitates a powerful conversation with women who are masters of their crafts. Learn about their journeys and just what it took to become who they were made to be.

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Episode Credits:

Produced by: Philly Made Creative

Host/Producer: Kristen Berman

Producer/Sound Engineer/Music Supervisor/Editor: Matt Berman