The Executive Committee comprises of nominated members from 13 churches and 4 Christian service organizations. These members are from all walks of life a�� educationists, social workers, accountancy, corporate business, the clergy and other professions. The Executive Committee is consisted of 14 members and serve for three years, meeting once in every quarter.
1.Most Rt. Rev. Dr. J.A. George Stephen
2. Most. Rev. George Antonysamy
3. Rev. Fr.Patrick I. Joseph
4. Ms. Yesudial
5. Rev. Samuel Jacob
6. Mr. C.D. Jose
7. Mr. Nathan F.A.
8. Ms. S. Bosco Alangararaj
9. Rev. James Vediah Ponraj
10. Rev. Martin Philip
11. Mrs. Lenora James
12. Rev. Fr. Victor Ramesh
13. Col. Chelliayah Mony
14. Ms. Felicity Saldhana
Bold, Confident and committed, Ms. Isabel Richardson has twenty three years of professional experience in social work specially among women and in community development. She has played a vital role in taking the dynamic MCCSS team to the next level in service among the women and poor. Her Key strengths a�� Net working, women development, organizing programmes, lobbying, working with children, youth and helping individuals in distress, wherever she is, there is action and progress.
P.G.Diploma in Public Relations
P.G.Diploma in Guidance & Counseling
L.Th in Counseling at U.K. Graduated from St. Johna��s College, Nottingham.
BCS a�� Bachelor in Christian Studies, Senate of Serampore
Juvenile justice board member
International Reference Group Member – Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, Geneva.
Received Mother Teresa Award, both from Loyola and Madras Christian Colleges.
Won the Vocational Excellence Award for Women Empowerment, from Rotary Club of mid-city.
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