Kerry Alys Robinson is the founding executive director and partner for global and national initiatives at Leadership Roundtable.
Kerry has been a lifelong member of the Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities and FADICA (Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities.) Kerry is the director of the Opus Prize, an annual international million dollar prize honoring people of faith whose lives are dedicated to the alleviation of human suffering. She has been an advisor to and trustee of numerous national and international grant making foundations and charitable nonprofits.
Prior to Leadership Roundtable, Kerry served as the director of development for Saint Thomas More Catholic Chapel and Center at Yale University where she led a $75 million capital campaign to expand and endow the Chapel's intellectual and spiritual ministry and to construct a Catholic student center, designed by Cesar Pelli, on Yale’s campus.
Kerry is an ardent advocate of Catholic social teaching, women and young adults in the Church.
A frequent writer and international speaker, Kerry is the prize-winning author of Imagining Abundance: Fundraising, Philanthropy and a Spiritual Call to Service. She is a graduate of Georgetown and Yale.
She and her husband, Dr. Michael Cappello, have two children, Christopher and Sophie.
This Gospel is also a celebration of women. An acknowledgement of the burdens women encounter and endure and the grace by which women often transform the realities in which they find themselves to be a blessing for others.VIEW
We are reminded that the invitation to sanctity is not for the unattainably pious or impossibly virtuous, but for all of us.VIEW
Ultimately this day of rejoicing is about celebrating what is good in order to find the strength to fix what is wrong.VIEW