Sister Jeanette Hagelskamp
Sister Jeanne Hagelskamp was born on March 6, 1951, in Indianapolis.
She entered the Congregation on August 23, 1975, and has been a Sister of Providence for 42 years.
Sister Jeanne graduated from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. She earned a master’s degree in mathematics with a concentration in physics from Purdue University, and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Leadership Administration Supervision from the National College of Education, now known as National Louis University in Chicago. She also has a doctorate of education degree in Private School Administration from the University of San Francisco.
Sister Jeanne ministered as a teacher at Providence High School in New Lenox, Illinois, as well as an instructor in physics and math at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. She also taught at Providence-St. Mel in Chicago and was principal at Mother Theodore Guerin High School in Chicago.
Sister Jeanne was also president of Providence Cristo Rey High School.
Currently, she is a member of the Congregation’s Leadership Team.
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- Love, mercy, justice: working together to welcome the stranger
- Sisters of Providence struggles and wisdom amidst pandemic
- Sending out a ‘Thank You’ in anticipation of School Principals’ Day!
- Healing for suicide loss survivors
- Inspiring support for the mission of Providence
Sister Jeanette is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- Sisters of Providence ministry founders
- Leaning and leading like Saint Mother Theodore
- Spend Sundays at the Woods!
- Schoolmates, sisters and part of a leadership team
- Sister Dawn Tomaszewski installed as general superior of the Sisters of Providence
- Sister Jeanne Hagelskamp: on choosing life as a sister, urban education and SP mission
- Leadership & vision
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