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Manny Rubio credits his years at the University of San Diego with deepening his faith. After graduating in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations, he served for one year with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. That year of service inspired him to dedicate his life to nonprofit work.
In 1997, he graduated from Georgetown University with a master’s degree in Public Policy. He has worked in the nonprofit sector in Washington, D.C., San Francisco and, since 1999, in the San Diego area. From 2008 until accepting his current position, he was director of grants and communications for the Sweetwater Union High School District in Chula Vista.
As the Foundation’s new CEO, Rubio sees room for expansion. In particular, he hopes to have all of the diocese’s almost 100 parishes and nearly 50 elementary and high schools with an endowment fund of their own. Unlike a donation made directly to the parish or school, which will help with immediate needs, he explained, an endowment provides support in perpetuity.
Manny Rubio and his family are parishioners of St. Pius X’s in Chula Vista.
Director of Finance & Operations
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As Director of Finance & Operations, Ryan plays a pivotal role in the overall financial and operational management of the Foundation. Ryan prepares fund statements for fund advisers, financial reports for management, and works daily with donors. He also works to ensure efficiency in operations while always focusing on the mission and donors of the Foundation.
Ryan, along with his wife and daughter, Deborah & Maya, are active parishioners of St. Brigid Parish in Pacific Beach where they volunteer in various ministries.
Marketing & Communications Manager
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Teresa ensures efficient execution of all philanthropic and marketing programs at CCFSD. Teresa’s communication and digital marketing interests began when she attended St. Peter’s middle school and it remained at the forefront of her educational focus. She went on to graduate from Cathedral Catholic high school with plans to study media relations in college. During her successful completion of the University of California-San Diego’s rigorous undergraduate program, she was invited to study management of enterprise in media and film production at UCLA Anderson and The Melnitz school of Theater, Film and Television. Upon completing her degree and gaining creative consulting experience with Universal Studios, she returned home to San Diego with a calling to serve her Catholic Community.
Teresa is a parishioner of the Immaculata and continues to volunteer her time as an active member of the Cathedral Catholic high school alumni board and the Dons Alumni Business Association.
The Catholic Community Foundation of San Diego is the philanthropic organization for faithful Catholics who desire to be good stewards of the gifts they’ve received on earth so they can have a lasting impact and leave a legacy. We look forward to hearing from you.