MSV Welcomes New CEO and Board Chairperson
Connecting Communities | April 9, 2018
Peter Beale-DelVecchio (pictured right) with seniors at the Take Charge Luncheon in May 2018
Marillac St. Vincent has appointed Peter Beale-DelVecchio as its Chief Executive Officer. Beale-DelVecchio has dedicated his career to the nonprofit sector, most recently at Boys Hope Girls Hope of Chicago, where he served as Executive Director since 2011. Prior to that, Beale-DelVecchio served as Director of Development for six years at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, where he and the school’s eight-member leadership team successfully completed a $10 million capital campaign. Beale-DelVecchio has been on MSV’s Board of Trustees since 2015 and has played an active role on the Development Committee.
“On behalf of the Board of Trustees, we are delighted to welcome Peter Beale-DelVecchio to the MSV family. Peter is deeply committed to the mission of Marillac St. Vincent Family Services and has consistently demonstrated MSV’s core values throughout all aspects of his family life and professional career,” said incoming Board Chairperson, Michael Condron. “The Board looks forward to working with Peter and we believe that his leadership at MSV will help us maintain long-term sustainability and strengthen partnerships with members of the communities we serve.”
Beale-DelVecchio has a B.A. from the College of the Holy Cross and an M.B.A. in Public and Non-Profit Management from Northwestern University's J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He lives in Chicago with his wife and three children.
Prior to Beale-DelVecchio’s appointment, MSV was led by Condron, who assumed the CEO position on an interim basis during the executive search process which began in September of 2017. Condron has transitioned to the role as Board Chairperson in April.
Michael Condron at the 2018 Fleur de Lis Ball
Condron has partnered with MSV for over 17 years. He was instrumental in the formation of the current MSV Board of Trustees and previously served as President of the former Advisory and Development Board. As a Trustee, Condron is a member of the Executive Committee and previously served as Co-Chair of the Development Committee.