Staff Leadership


Tim Marx, President and Chief Executive Officer

Tim works with the dedicated board of directors, talented executive leadership, and hard working staff to establish the strategic direction of Catholic Charities and to oversee its implementation. Tim works extensively with faith, civic, and public policy leaders, community partners, donors and volunteers to advance the vision of a community were there is poverty for no one and opportunity for everyone.

Contact Tim at tim.marx@cctwincities.org.

Richard Johnson, Senior Director of Finance

Dick leads the Finance and Accounting team at Catholic Charities, ensuring that we are responsible stewards of the resources entrusted to us to achieve our mission. He is responsible for all financial transaction processing, preparation of accurate and timely financial reports, financial planning and budgeting, procurement and food services. Dick also leads the facilities maintenance and real estate strategy.

Contact Dick at richard.johnson@cctwincities.org.

Laurie Ohmann, Vice President of Client Services and Community Partnerships

Laurie leads the Catholic Charities staff and programs that provide direct services to those most in need, including people experiencing homelessness, children in need, older adults, and immigrants and refugees. Laurie also has responsibility for the Research, Program Evaluation and Innovation function as well as Community Partnership Initiatives. Combined, these efforts seek to use data-informed practices and strong, strategic relationships to prevent crises related to poverty, support individuals and families on their path out of poverty, and call the community to provide opportunity for all.

Contact Laurie at laurie.ohmann@cctwincities.org.

Tina Palmer, Senior Director of Development

Tina leads the Catholic Charities Development team where she directly oversees all engagement, solicitation and stewardship of individual donors, corporate and foundation funders, churches, civic organizations and planned giving donors. These generous donors provide more than 30% of the funding needed for Catholic Charities to serve those most in need throughout the Twin Cities.

Contact Tina at tina.palmer@cctwincities.org.

Jessie Sorensen, Vice President of Development and Public Engagement

Jessie leads the Catholic Charities teams responsible for private fundraising and resource development, social justice advocacy, parish and community engagement, communications and events. In her role, Jessie works with individuals and organizations throughout the Twin Cities region to build awareness, support and partnerships to advance our vision of a community where there is poverty for no one and opportunity for everyone.

Contact Jessie at jessie.sorensen@cctwincities.org.

Kathleen Tomlin, Vice President for Social Justice Research and Policy

Kathy leads research and policy analysis at Catholic Charities. She works with the research team to provide thought leadership in research areas that will help tell the story of homelessness and poverty in the Greater Minneapolis- St. Paul Region. She and her team work to integrate the needs of the clients we serve, the issues faced by residents of the Twin Cities region and the program work of the agency.

Contact Kathy at kathleen.tomlin@cctwincities.org.

Diana Vance-Bryan, Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer

Diana oversees client support services, which include health, counseling, and spiritual care, and Catholic Charities' administrative functions, which include information technology, legal, facilities, finance and accounting, human resources, and employee development. She is involved in designing organizational strategy, implementing best practices, and providing guidance to support the delivery of high quality services and outcomes that improve the lives of those we serve.

Contact Diana at diana.vance-bryan@cctwincities.org.

Catholic Charities of St. Paul & Minneapolis 1200 2nd Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55403  Tel: 612.204.8500   Email:info@cctwincities.org
© 2014 Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis
Poverty for no one. Opportunity for everyone.

linked in     Twitter link   Facebook link YouTube link Council on Accreditation Meets Smart Givers Standards United Way