Title: Educator, Nun, Archivist and Local Historian
Company: The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph
Location: Wichita, Kansas, United States
Ursula Fotovich, Nun, Archivist and Historian at Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in religion and secondary education.
A graduate of Kansas City Community College, Sister Fotovich earned an Associate of Arts in 1972. Two years later, she received a Bachelor of Science from Emporia State University. Moreover, she concluded her academic efforts with a Master of Science in Educational Administration from the University of Dayton in 1986. Sister Fotovich further became a certified teacher in the state of Kansas. In 1974, Sister Fotovich began her career as a nun with the Sisters of St. Joseph in Wichita. During this time, she also worked as a level 1 special education teacher at the Holy Family Center until 1975. Subsequently, she contributed as an elementary teacher for several different institutions including Holy Name School, Parsons Catholic School, St. Anne Catholic School, St. Cecilia Catholic, and the Catholic Diocese of Wichita between 1976 and 2012. In addition, she also served as the diocesan director of missions with the Catholic Diocese of Wichita.
Currently, Sister Fotovich has excelled as a nun, archivist, and a local historian with the Congregation of St. Joseph, since 2012. To remain aware of changes in the field, she maintains affiliation with the United States Catholic Mission Association. Throughout her career, she was proud of being in education and trying to help children learn and becoming the best that they could be. Outside of her primary endeavors, Sister Fotovich enjoys playing the brac, quilting, embroidering, and crafting in her spare time.
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